progressive transmission of vector data

using jekyll & hyde

Jekyll & Hyde make up the two parts of a Java client/server application which demonstrates progressive transmission of vector data using a strip-tree multiple representation database. The server piece, Jekyll, is running on Greenwich in the Meridian Lab. You may run the Hyde Client application as follows:


  1. Make sure you have a current Sun Java Runtime Environment (JRE) installed. You can download the JRE from this site: http://www.java.com/en/download/index.jsp
  2. Download the Hyde.jar file: http://greenwich.colorado.edu/projects/Hyde.jar
  3. Run Hyde by executing the following command:
    java -cp Hyde.jar Hyde greenwich.colorado.edu

    or download this batch file, put it in the same place as the Hyde.jar file and run it.
  4. Connect to the Jekyll Server using the Connection->Connect menu item.
  5. Connect Picture