Castalia


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Castalia

(kæˈsteɪlɪə)
n
(Placename) a spring on Mount Parnassus: in ancient Greece sacred to Apollo and the Muses and believed to be a source of inspiration
Casˈtalian adj
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Identified by Vernon Gay, Rose Hill, Iowa; Dwayne Hanson, Brandon, Minn.; Earl Ashby, Port Hope, Ontario, Canada; Duane Bjerketvedt, Henning, Minn.; Fred Yutzy, Vermontville, Mich.; Ed Appel, Galesburg, Ill; Jim Palmer Jr., Castalia, Iowa; Anthony Dimuccio, Hope, R.I.; Charles Young, Palo, Iowa; Robert Scholz, Elmo, Mo.; John Ernst, Iowa City, Iowa; Jerome Holker, Beardsley, Minn.; James L.
In Section 5, the framework implementation and performance evaluation in Castalia [5] are discussed.
Aminta traducido de Torquato Tasso, edicion de Joaquin Arce, Castalia, 1970.
In 2007, Australia's Information and Communications Technology Research Centre of Excellence (NICTA) published a simulator for WSN, WBAN, and more generally for networks of low-power embedded devices, which is called Castalia. It is based on the OMNET++ platform with realistic node behaviors and Baseline MAC for Body Area Networks (BAN), following IEEE 802.15.6.
I pointed out last March 21 in this column the report prepared by Castalia Strategic Advisors for the Philippines-Australia Partnership for Economic Reform and NEDA comparing a JICA-financed airport project and Mactan T2.
This computerized system of the ERC's processes had been concretized through consultancy support from Australian firm Castalia Strategic Advisors; as well as Steve Roe and Associates.