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1. Relationship discovery using Neural networks    stackoverflow.com

Hi
Suppose I am sampling a number of signals at a fixed rate (say once per second) and extracting some metrics from the signals such as, ratio of one to the other, ...

2. Network discovery programmatically    stackoverflow.com

Is there a specific protocol used for network discovery?
I'm looking to code this into an existing java project. Currently I'm using a port scanner to handle the case, but I'm ...

3. How to discover web servers on a local network?    stackoverflow.com

Suppose I'm running several servers serving basic requests on my local network (say a home network, where all machines generally have an IP in the form K.K.K.x, where x is variable). ...

4. Network discovery in Java using multicasting    stackoverflow.com

I'm trying to make a client/server Java App. Both client and server will be running on the same wi-fi network. Server will be running on a specific port that client is ...

5. Java Network Discovery    stackoverflow.com

I'm running a Java application on my PC which involves migration of virtual machines running on my physical machine. How can I connect to other physical machines on my network so that ...

6. Network Discovery    coderanch.com

Howdy y'all! I was just wondering whether it was possible to implement a device discovery system for WiFi based networks that would basically preclude manual setup of the network via the OS, and instead have a java application basically find devices within range and add them to the network. What I'm thinking of is along the lines of JSR 82 discovery ...

7. network printer discovery    forums.oracle.com

I am an experienced C# programmer, but am new to Java. I have been tasked with finding all the printers on a network - the phrase used in my assignment was to do an broadcast. I am to receive the all the ip addresses that respond to my broadcast, then interrogate each machine to find out if this is a ip ...

8. Dynamic Network Printer Discovery and Administration    forums.oracle.com

Since nobody is answering, I'll try my best. Full control of printers can be found in javax.print package and sub-packages. It is a complex matter and, in my opinion, it does not work very well. But maybe it works well enough for you. I do not know for sure how you can connect your SmbFile with the javax.print services. I took ...

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