It is hard to correct misconceptions, but let me try:
Fast Infoset does not require a ASN.1 toolkit.
The misconception probably arises because the
ITU-T Rec. X.891 | ISO/IEC 24824-1 Specification
uses the ASN.1 descriptive formalism and because it
was done by the same ISO / ITU-T group that worked over the years on ASN.1,
but there is no required dependency - for instance the
Implementation in Project GlassFish does not use ASN.1 at all.
I'm mentioning this because of Paul's latest blog on
The picture is one of the
of of the classical-style
Super Computer used in complex
A different tackle on handling computationally intensive problems focuses not just on
the actual run-time but on the design-to-result time in DARPA's
High Productivity Computing Intiative,