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IoT

The Internet of things (IoT)

The IoT is a technology in the making and we can experience it in small ways, even now. The author presents an ‘appetite whetting’ article on it, highlighting its vast potential while also…

The Xenomai Project, a Linux Based RTOS

Real-time operating systems (RTOS) are designed for real-time applications such as embedded systems, industrial robots, scientific research equipment and others. Read on to discover more about the Xenomai project, which emulates a traditional…

Traffic light

Creating Vehicular Traffic Simulation with OSS

Here is a tutorial on creating real-time vehicular traffic simulation using SUMO and OpenStreetMap. SUMO stands for Simulation of Urban Mobility. It is designed as an open source package for microscopic road traffic…

Open GL 3D Text

Generating Computer Graphics with OpenGL

OpenGL is the industry’s most widely used environment for the development of portable, interactive 2D and 3D graphics applications. The OpenGL API is open source and is platform independent. This article introduces OpenGL…

Server monitoring

A Detailed Review of Distributed Network Monitoring

Distributed network monitoring involves receiving performance reports about the state of the network from various locations in it, via different types of pollers. This article deals with the concept at great length. Distributed…

observium

Observium The Tireless Network Monitor

Network monitoring involves constant monitoring of how the network functions by collecting useful data from its various parts, which helps to alert the network administrator in case of failures. Observium is an open…

Advanced P Threats

Things you should know about Advanced Persistent Threats

As personal, corporate and even national computer systems get subjected to stealthy, continuous cracking processes, it makes sense to be warned and armed. Read on to find out more about one high profile…

ns3

An Introduction to ns-3

This article is the first in a new series on ns-3, which is a discrete event network simulator for Internet systems, meant primarily for research and educational use. The ns-3 project seeks to…

scilab

Explore LaTeX and Syntax Highlighting with Scilab

This article, the last of a four-part series on Scilab, takes a look at LaTeX and syntax highlighting with Scilab. It is aimed at readers interested in technical computation. Scilab (http://www.scilab.org) is open…

android

Why Does Android Run Time (ART) Score Over Dalvik?

This article describes the advantages of using the Android Run Time (ART) over Dalvik VM in Android devices. Android [4.4] KitKat users must have noticed the new option to choose the default runtime…

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