Collaborative client server treatment (CCS) can be described as web-based application for the purpose of multiple clients to connect towards the same net server. It is based on the master-slave paradigm, where master buyer manages the pipeline of variables, while the slave customer follows guidelines. Moreover, it could work with nearly all platform, which includes Qt and ParaView. The training automatically synchronizes the state between all engaging clientele.

Through this model, numerous consumers connect with the same machine, and work on a similar document. For that reason, it is possible for several users to view and modify a single document, rather than demanding each client to log in and away every time they need to make changes. In addition, the solution uses the master-slave paradigm, so that users may connect to diverse servers in various locations yet share a single data file. This allows users to work together securely on a single document without the risk of loss of data.