On the following pages you can find any information about the SQLSpaces.
In the main-section is a list of all published versions and contact-information.
In the documentation-section you can have a look at some showcases. There is also a How-To to ease your first steps with the SQLSpaces. If you have further questions, have a look at the FAQs.
Have fun with it!
A history of all published version can be found here.
Here we have collected some examples for you to get a quick impression of how SQLSpaces can be used and what the advantages are.
If you want to start working with SQLSpaces, this How-To should help you and introduce you to all the possibilities of the SQLSpaces.
You can find the JavaDoc here
Answers to the common question are listed in the FAQ
If you use SQLSpaces for scientific projects, please cite the following publication:
Stefan Weinbrenner, Adam Giemza, H. Ulrich Hoppe Engineering Heterogeneous Distributed Learning Environments Using Tuple Spaces as an Architectural Platform. Proceedings of the 7th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT 2007) pp. 434-436, Los Alamitos, CA.,2007
Here you can find a number of additional publications about the SQLSpaces and systems that use them.
The SQLSpaces are not only used in various internal projects of the Collide Research Group. We already have a rich user group in academia as well as in enterprise which can be found here
If you have any questions, problems, feature proposals or similar don't hesitate to write us an email. Also if you are using SQLSpaces and have some thoughts you want to share or simply if your life as a programmer has become better since you are using SQLSpaces, just write us :)