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UW computer scientists tout achievements and explain industry shortcomings

MADISON, Wis. - Major advancements in computing performance were developed at the computer science and electrical engineering departments at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Innovations that have increased microprocessor performance, distributed......

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Computing in a flock

To make use of all that computing power, another UW project concentrates on distributed computing, which has been in use in academia for years and is now rapidly gaining corporate popularity.

"If scientists need it today and push for it, there's a good chance that two, three, four years dow......

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One of the things Jha's team is looking at is the "background radiation of the Internet" information being sent to unused Internet addresses, often by malicious code that strikes at random. By monitoring traffic that should not exist, they hope to gain information on the behavior and security of the Internet.

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