Distributed Applications and Interoperable Systems II: IFIP TC6 WG6.1 Second International Working Conference on Distributed Applications and Interoperable Systems (DAIS’99)June 28–July 1, 1999, Helsinki, Finland

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Lea Kutvonen, Hartmut König, Martti Tienari
Springer, 09.03.2013 - 458 Seiten
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Mastering interoperability in a computing environment consisting of different operating systems and hardware architectures is a key requirement which faces system engineers building distributed information systems. Distributed applications are a necessity in most central application sectors of the contemporary computerized society, for instance, in office automation, banking, manufacturing, telecommunication and transportation. This book focuses on the techniques available or under development, with the goal of easing the burden of constructing reliable and maintainable interoperable information systems.
The topics covered in this book include:
  • Management of distributed systems;
  • Frameworks and construction tools;
  • Open architectures and interoperability techniques;
  • Experience with platforms like CORBA and RMI;
  • Language interoperability (e.g. Java);
  • Agents and mobility;
  • Quality of service and fault tolerance;
  • Workflow and object modelling issues; and
  • Electronic commerce
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The book contains the proceedings of the International Working Conference on Distributed Applications and Interoperable Systems II (DAIS'99), which was held June 28-July 1, 1999 in Helsinki, Finland. It was sponsored by the International Federation of Information Processing (IFIP).
The conference program presents the state of the art in research concerning distributed and interoperable systems. This is a topical research area where much activity is currently in progress. Interesting new aspects and innovative contributions are still arising regularly. The DAIS series of conferences is one of the main international forums where these important findings are reported.
 

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A QoS support framework for
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Integration of quality of service in distributed object systems
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Flexible eventbased threading for QoSsupporting middleware
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An ODP approach to the development of large middleware systems
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Session Ill Open architectures
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On the design of interworking reference points for information networking
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An Overview of CORBA 3
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A component frameworkfor the configuration management of networks
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Flexible software agents for the automatic provision of PVCs
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Multilayer monitoring in distributed objectenvironments
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Can CORBA save a fringe language from becoming obsolete?
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Programming language interoperability in distributed computing environments
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Consistent windowing interfaces in distributed heterogeneousenvironments
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Experiences with business objectbased workflow support
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Aprocess decomposition technique for distributed workflow management
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Constraintoriented formal modelling of OOsystems
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A flexible framework for development of componentbased distributed
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The Lilith framework for the rapid development of
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protocols for integrity
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Invoking computational objects on mobile devices
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Scenariodriven design considerations for MANET protocols
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An intra and interdomain placement using a multicriteria method
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Session Vll Management aspects
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A configuration management facility for CORBA applications
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Design and implementation of a CORBA faulttolerant
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The Jgroup distributed object model
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Distribution issues in the design and implementation of
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Interactionoriented rule management for mobile agent applications
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Closed user groups in Internet service centres
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Author index
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