Beneficial reuse programs fall logically into three types: stand-alone programs managed by the foundry; partnerships that add value to the program; and cooperative processing. Following are examples of these different approaches.
Today, only a handful of companies provide this service for the foundry industry, however, cooperative processing is key to establishing recycling markets for smaller foundries.
And the corporate managers believe that cooperative processing will ultimately allow more than 90% of total foundry wastes to be recycled, by developing markets for dusts, sludges, refractories and pallets.
The concept of cooperative processing
does just that.
Cooperative processing allows local PCs to communicate with a dedicated applications server that simultaneously performs multiple processes, determines job priorities, and monitors their successful completion.
For now, the benefits of cooperative processing technology are largely unavailable to the property manager.
Details of this technology are being presented at the Summer United Workshops on Parallel, Distributed and Cooperative Processing
2015 (SWoPP 2015), opening in Beppu, Oita Prefecture, on August 4.
After organization of cooperative processing
in the Red River Valley in the 1970s, bargaining associations and sugarbeet processing companies in several western states maintained their usual business relationships.
The most exciting trend of the 1990s is a strategic approach called cooperative processing. In a cooperative processing environment, companies can process data on different types of hardware platforms.
The typical cooperative processing scenario uses PCs at the corporate office and at property and regional sites.
The SARA LSI enables H.264 CODEC equipments to simplify their structure and control by using the multi-chip extension function that are composed by the control of cooperative processing
among multiple LSIs and the multiplexing/demultiplexing stream processing.