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An overview of the Smart Flow project
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This talk will provide an overview of the Smart Flow project. The project has participants from the Computer Laboratory, Imperial College, and the Eastern Cancer Registration and Information Centre.
Smart Flow aims to examine issues of reconfigurability, policy, and security in distributed event based systems, with a particular focus on managing flows of healthcare-related data.
We will discuss some of our initial work into a distributed information flow model that is tuned toward use within event based systems.
This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Opera Group Seminars series.
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