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Van Heest, R. (author)
In an interactive program the consumer requests data from the producer and therefore has control over the speed at which data is consumed. This is opposite to a reactive program, where the producer emits data to the consumer at its own pace. This forms a problem if the producer emits more data than the consumer can deal with. Solving this ...
master thesis 2016
Van Heest, R. (author), Hartog, R. (author), Hellendoorn, V. (author), Sawant, A.A. (author)
For companies that deliver hardware services, the ability to scale dynamically has many advantages. In a special case, a company may have some computing resources available and desire to scale out when traffic peaks. A periodical budget may then be allocated, which needs to be used efficiently. This can be achieved through a combination of...
bachelor thesis 2013