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Interactive Control over a Programmable Computer Network Using a Multi-touch Surface

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Interactive Control over a Programmable Computer Network Using a Multi-touch Surface
This article introduces the Interactive Network concept and describes the design and implementation of the first prototype. In an Interactive Network humans become an integral part of the control system to manage programmable networks and grid networks. The implementation consists of a multi-touch table that allows multiple persons to manage and monitor a programmable network simultaneously. The amount of interactive control of the multi-touch interface is illustrated by the ability to create and manipulate paths, which are either end-toend, multicast or paths that contain loops. First experiences with the multi-touch table show its potential for collaborative management of large-scale infrastructures. Key words: programmable network, network management, multi-touch interfaces
Rudolf J. Strijkers, Laurence Muller, Mihai Criste
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ICCS
Authors Rudolf J. Strijkers, Laurence Muller, Mihai Cristea, Robert G. Belleman, Cees T. A. M. de Laat, Peter M. A. Sloot, Robert J. Meijer
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