DNA-surveillance is a collection of tools that enables a researcher to compare gene samples with existing maps of specific genomes, to help identify species.
The various applications are instances of the same basic tool loaded with different genetic data.
The application is delivered to users by the distribution of a java client. This client talks to a specific application interface on the dna-surveillance host.
Access to these application interfaces is through high TCP ports (23050-23070).
The client applets are delivered through standard web protocols.
Howard Ross is the owner.