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A Layered Java Application Framework for Supplying Mathematical Computing Power to the Distributed Environment

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2 Author(s)
Weidong Liao ; Math. & Eng. Shepherd Univ., Shepherdstown ; Koonse, B.J.

The JMEI (Java Mathematical Engine Interface) framework is a layered Java application framework for providing mathematical computing services for the Internet/Web. The layered architecture of JMEI framework follows model- view-controller pattern. The JMEI framework architecture, JMEI API and JMEI drivers, the JMEI JSP Tag Library, the JMEIAJAX library, and the practical uses of the JMEI Framework are discussed. The JMEI framework can also be used in grid computing and other distributed environments.

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Software Engineering Workshop, 2007. SEW 2007. 31st IEEE

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March 6 2007-Feb. 8 2007