July 2016 archive

Distributed Real-time Collaborative Editing System @ Kno.e.sis

Real-time collaborative editing systems such as GoogleDocs or Etherpad are well known and widely used. They allow a group of people to collaborate on a same document from different places at any time. Unfortunately, these systems have scalability limitations regarding the number of users who can collaborate at the same time on a document or …

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Large-scale Trust-based Collaboration @ Kno.e.sis

Distributed collaborative systems such as wikis, version control systems or GoogleDrive allow users to collaborate on a set of shared documents from different places, at any time and from different devices. Existing collaborative systems made available by large service providers such as Google are based on a central authority that stores and has control over …

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