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Coordinating distributed objects

Svend FrГёlund

Coordinating distributed objects

anactor-based approach to synchronization

by Svend FrГёlund

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Published by MIT Press in Cambridge, Mass, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electronic data processing -- Distributed processing.,
  • Object-oriented programming (Computer science)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    StatementSvend Frølund.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii,195p. :
    Number of Pages195
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22195474M
    ISBN 100262061880

    Message Passing versus Distributed Objects The message-passing paradigm is a natural model for distributed computing, in the sense that it mimics inter-human communications. It is an appropriate paradigm for network services where processes interact with each other through the exchanges of messages. However, the abstraction provided by this paradigm does not meet the needs of the. Abstract: The recent proliferation of Grid environments for eScience applications led to common computing infrastructures with nearly unlimited storage capabilities. In terms of data management, the Grid allows keeping a large number of replicas of data objects to allow for a high degree of availability, reliability and performance.

    Further Reading. My article with my colleague James Lewis is our attempt to prepare a definition of the microservices architectural style.I coined the first law of distributed objects in my book Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture, it appears in chapter 7: "Distribution Strategies".That chapter was also freely published online by Dr Dobb's under the title Errant Architectures. By applying Taurus to Garbage Collection, we demonstrate the potential of such a system and use it to explore coordination strategies for the runtime systems of real-world distributed applications, to improve application performance and address tail-latencies in latency-sensitive workloads.

    Coordinating Accessibility versus Restrictions in Distributed Object Systems Arnon Rosenthal Chris Clifton The MITRE Corporation Purdue University Burlington Road, k/ Computer Science Building Bedford MA, USA West Lafayette, IN, USA [email protected] +1- [email protected] + Abstract. CORBA Distributed Objects: Using ORBIX (ACM Press Books) DCOM Explained COM/DCOM Blue Book: The Essential Learning Guide for Component-Oriented Application Development for Windows Handbook of Optics, Third Edition Volume III: Vision and Vision Optics(set) The 15 Minute Focus.


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