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sobi

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Parallel processing in two computers
« on: September 25, 2007, 06:45:41 PM »

I need to use two computers to run an application that im developing. this application will be run on both the computers. will take inputs seperately from a common source, maybe a third remotely connected computer.
both the computers will take the inputs compare them to see that the values match and then generate outputs which will also be compared wth each other before the computer that is the master will display these outputs to the user.

what i want to know is how to connect these computers with each other and how they should exchange values and compare them. two computers are used to ensure health monitoring. my system needs to be very fast. it will actually be a simulation of a software that will be used in helicopters to give the pilot hovering information.

i am familiar with RMI and CORBA, which tool will be best for what i want to achieve. Fast Parallel Processing.
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