Distributed Platforms Proceedings of the IFIP/IEEE International Conference on Distributed Platforms: Client/Server and Beyond: DCE, CORBA, ODP and Advanced Distributed Applications

Client/Server applications are of increasing importance in industry, and have been improved by advanced distributed object-oriented techniques, dedicated tool support and both multimedia and mobile computing extensions. Recent responses to this trend are standardized distributed platforms and models...

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Other Authors: Schill, Alexander (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York, NY Springer US 1996, 1996
Edition:1st ed. 1996
Series:IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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505 0 |a 14 Object instrumentation for distributed applications management -- 15 A modeling framework for integrated distributed systems fault management -- 16 Design of multimedia global PACS CORBA environment -- 17 An object group model and its implementation to support cooperative applications on CORBA -- 18 Trader supported distributed office applications -- 19 SMT: a system monitoring tool for DCE -- 20 Performance evaluation of a distributed application performance monitor -- 21 A high-level process checkpointing and migration scheme for heterogenous distributed systems -- 22 Agents, services and electronic markets: how do they integrate? -- 23 New concepts for qualitative trader cooperation -- 24 Overview of the DRYAD trading system implementation -- 25 Enabling interworking between heterogenous distributed platforms -- 26 Inter-operability and distributed application platform design -- 27 Security architecture based on secret key and privilege attribute certificates --  
505 0 |a 1 Standards for distributed platforms -- 2 Distributed object oriented approaches -- 3 The impact of mobility on distributed systems platforms -- 4 Extensions to ANSAware for advanced mobile applications -- 5 System integration for mobile computing and service mobility -- 6 A comparative analysis of virtual versus physical process-migration strategies for distributed modeling and simulation of mobile computing networks -- 7 Use of DSOM before/after metaclass for enabling object access control -- 8 A framework for inter-ORB request level bridge construction -- 9 Migration of legacy applications to a CORBA platform: a case study -- 10 Distributed computing environment (DCE) porting tool -- 11 Migrating from ISODE/ROSE to DCE/RPC: a common interface and a compiler -- 12 Achieving interoperability between CORBA and DCE applications using bridges -- 13 Efficient and fault-tolerant distributed host monitoring using system-level diagnosis --  
505 0 |a 28 A model for evolution of services in distributed systems -- 29 Using OMG IDL to write OODCE applications -- 30 Transparently programming heterogenous distributed systems -- 31 Evaluating delayed write in a multilevel caching file system -- 32 Reducing the cost of remote procedure call -- 33 Service management using up-to-date quality properties -- 34 QoS support for distributed multimedia communications -- 35 A framework for QoS updates in a networking environment -- 36 Equus: a QoS manager for distributed applications -- Index of contributors -- Keyword index 
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520 |a Client/Server applications are of increasing importance in industry, and have been improved by advanced distributed object-oriented techniques, dedicated tool support and both multimedia and mobile computing extensions. Recent responses to this trend are standardized distributed platforms and models including the Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) of the Open Software Foundation (OS F), Open Distributed Processing (ODP), and the Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) of the Object Management Group (OMG). These proceedings are the compilation of papers from the technical stream of the IFIPIIEEE International Conference on Distributed Platforms, Dresden, Germany. This conference has been sponsored by IFIP TC6.1, by the IEEE Communications Society, and by the German Association of Computer Science (GI -Gesellschaft fur Informatik). ICDP'96 was organized jointly by Dresden University of Technology and Aachen University of Technology. It is closely related to the International Workshop on OSF DCE in Karlsruhe, 1993, and to the IFIP International Conference on Open Distributed Processing. ICDP has been designed to bring together researchers and practitioners who are studying and developing new methodologies, tools and technologies for advanced client/server environ­ ments, distributed systems, and network applications based on distributed platforms