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Advantages of Web Services and n-Tier Architectures in an Enterprise LIMS Environment

October 31, 2003 7:00 pm | Comments

Web services have the potential to provide a standard mechanism for LIMS to work with instrument systems David Shin, M.D., Richard Wagner and Jo Webber Ph.D. In recent years, major vendors including Microsoft, IBM and SUN have focused attention on service-based architectures, such as Web Services. Products that expose Web Services via an n-tier architecture offer numerous advantages to the LIMS customer in terms of legacy compatibility, systems integration and scalability.

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Segalstad Consulting AS

October 31, 2003 7:00 pm | Comments

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Martin Goffman Associates

October 31, 2003 7:00 pm | Comments

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Considerations for Management of Laboratory Data

October 31, 2003 7:00 pm | by Michael H. Elliott | Comments

There are many types of systems that attempt to address the growing need to manage unstructured electronic records Michael H. Elliott Drowning in a sea of data? Nervous about 21 CFR Part 11? Worried about longer and longer product development times? Having a difficult time just finding the information you need to make decisions? Worried about the protection of your intellectual property?

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More than Crunching Numbers: A review of Mathematica 5 Advanced Algorithm Release

October 31, 2003 7:00 pm | by John A. Wass, Ph.D. | Comments

One of the most sophisticated mathematical programs around just got more sophisticated. It is faster, smarter, able to handle more types of problems with more advanced algorithms, and able to offer more publishing options than ever before. While many users may think of Mathematica as just a math package, the developers like to think of it as a technical computing system.

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The 64-bit Question

October 31, 2003 7:00 pm | Comments

Is transitioning worthwhile? Rob Meyer Imagine you're visiting a car show and see your dream car. It's energy efficient and environmentally-friendly, with that sleek Euro-style you like.

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The Squeaky Wheel

October 31, 2003 7:00 pm | Comments

Measurement systems for noise, vibration, and harshness Bill Weaver, Ph.D. This past spring, my father traded up to a twin-engine motor yacht. As with most used vehicles, engine trouble usually comes with the territory.

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Advanced Data Storage Supports Brain Activity Research at Salk Institute

September 30, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

The more computing power, the closer the approach to real-time biological processes Jeff Hornung Salk Institute for Biological Studies Computational Neurobiology Lab Memories are made of this — changes in neuronal responsiveness to synaptic input, that is.

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Larger than Life

September 30, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

Sensing with synthetic aperture radar Bill Weaver, Ph.D. I recently glanced at the standard clipart collection included with Microsoft Office 2000 and discovered the Science & Technology category contains seven images. Two of them depict computers.

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Building Highly Secure, Reliable Grids

September 30, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

Grid computing is an emerging technology that will one day deliver compute power as a utility Sri Mandyam Recently, grid computing has gained a lot of attention due to its inherent ability to increase resource utilization and reduce capital expenditures.

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Migrating to Linux Clusters for High Performance Computing

September 30, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

Key things to consider before taking the leap Tom Quinn and Padmanabhan Lyer, Ph.D. The world’s third fastest computer and fastest Linux cluster, MCR Anyone following the high performance computing industry has probably noticed the growing popularity of Linux cluster systems.

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Selecting a High Performance Computer for Simulation and Modeling

September 30, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

A checklist for getting the most from your system Terry, Ph.D. Whether it's a computational

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Clusters, Parallel Computing and Workflow Management in Bioinformatics

September 30, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

Bioinformatics has become a principal driver of the migration from traditional multiprocessing servers to clusters of commodity-priced machines Jeff Augen Several years ago, dramatic advances in information technology and computer sciences made possible the launch of in silico biology.

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Driving the Need for Computing Power and Speed

August 31, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

Advancements in technical computing from 1980 to the future Anne Fitzpatrick, Ph.D. Broadly speaking, computers have played roles in laboratories since antiquity, from the time astronomers and navigators employed simple calculating technologies to assist with their respective work.

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Riding the Wave of Technological Change

August 31, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

The gap between stand-alone instruments and PCs is closing quickly Tim Dehne Virtual instrumentation in the late 1980s - Over the last two decades, the pace of innovation in computing size, speed, and power have made tremendous advancements.

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