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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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Schill, Alexander (Editor)
Format: eBook
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
Table of Contents:
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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