P A R A S I T I C    C O M P U T I N G
Diploma Thesis, University of Applied Sciences, Bern Switzerland
Copyright © 2002 Jürg Reusser, Luzian Scherrer


The term «Parasitic Computing» was first introduced in August 2001, when scientists at the Notre Dame University, Indiana (USA) found a way to solve mathematical problems using external computational power without knowledge or permission of their respective owners. This Diploma Thesis of the University of Applied Sciences in Bern (Switzerland) does extend that concept into a fully programmable virtual machine that is capable of solving any known problem in classic computer science.

The following pages provide an extensive collection of documentation, the full sourcecode as well as binaries for all the developed software plus a few related links to the internet.
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