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Page 148 of Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology Vol. 23, Issue 4 [page]

1991 Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology  
Confe- rencing is an example showing a cooperation of multiple objects.  ...  Improved availability and fault tolerance may be gained by replicat- ing a program module in different locations. Conferencing is an example showing a cooperation of multiple objects.  ... 

CORBA and RM-ODP: parallel or divergent?

N Dunlop, J Indulska, K A Raymond
1999 Distributed Systems Engineering  
The recent emergence of a standard for open distributed processing, the ISO / IEC Reference Model for Open Distributed Processing (RM-ODP) [3] and the coincidence of the development of the Object Management  ...  Modern architectures for distributed object environments (or distributed 'middleware') are revealing an increasing trend towards standardisation.  ...  of Australia.  ... 
doi:10.1088/0967-1846/6/2/303 fatcat:brpju5d4kvhrlmxz4hns2vsf2a

A spatial data infrastructure model from the computational viewpoint

Antony K. Cooper, Harold Moellering, Jan Hjelmager, Petr Rapant, Tatiana Delgado, Dominique Laurent, Serena Coetzee, David M. Danko, Ulrich Düren, Adam Iwaniak, Jean Brodeur, Paloma Abad (+2 others)
2013 International Journal of Geographical Information Science  
Our model from the computational viewpoint identifies the main computational objects of an SDI and their interfaces, which are modelled using Unified Modelling Language (UML) component diagrams.  ...  Presented here is the first comprehensive SDI model from the computational viewpoint, which enhances the understanding of the computational objects and their interactions in an SDI.  ...  The initial SDI model from a computational viewpoint identified computational objects and briefly described them (Cooper et al 2007) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/13658816.2012.741239 fatcat:vwljrik5rfdgfm6pqls63qrwge

Flexible Management of ANSAware Applications [chapter]

B. Meyer, C. Popien
1995 Open Distributed Processing  
In contrast to monolithic application programms developed for large mainframe computers, applications for networks of interconnected workstations are nowadays developed using a client-server model of computer  ...  These components of an application also need to be managed. We present a new approach to application management.  ...  Service management became an important area of research with the rising popularity of the client-server model for computer cooperation, see also [PK94] , [PKM94] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34882-7_21 fatcat:ecpnfhwfcfbvlonunv2f2dbjfi

Interoperability of Distributed Platforms: a Compatibility Perspective [chapter]

W. Brookes, J. Indulska, A. Bond, Z. Yang
1995 Open Distributed Processing  
The examination is illustrated by a scenario of their cooperation. The scenario is based on resolving differences during the federation process.  ...  This paper examines the differences of well known distributed platforms (DCE, ANSAware, CORBA) as well as models for distributed and object oriented systems.  ...  For the analysis, we assume an object-based model of distributed systems, similar to that described in RM-ODP.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34882-7_5 fatcat:mdokuwc53bbvjbok22c6wjewny

The A1√ Architecture Model [chapter]

Andrew Berry, Kerry Raymond
1995 Open Distributed Processing  
This paper introduces the major concepts of the AIJ' model, and discusses both its relationship with RM-ODP and how it overcomes deficiencies identified in RM-ODP.  ...  The model has been developed to overcome some of the deficiencies in the RM-ODP standard, in particular, to address the diverse requirements of participants in the CRC.  ...  This work is funded in part by the Cooperative Research Centres Program through the department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet of the Commonwealth Government of Australia.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34882-7_4 fatcat:7wbufjoch5dj3ihxpxthj5n5vi

Murky Transparencies: Clarity using Performance Engineering [chapter]

Joseph Martinka, Richard Friedrich, Tracy Sienknecht
1995 Open Distributed Processing  
Applications operating in an ODP environment require distribution transparencies possessing comprehensive performance management capabilities including monitoring· and modeling.  ...  This technical challenge must work in a open environment with multiple autonomous administrative domains. For this goal to be realized, the ODP architecture must be enhanced.  ...  In migration transparency, an object is moved from one node to another in order to maximize the ability of the server object to meet a larger fraction of the client binding requests with satisfactory QoS  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34882-7_40 fatcat:mogwkq6lnbbz7m6ogcyaohhn2u

DDTK Project: Analysis, Design and Implementation of an ODP Application [chapter]

Spiros Arsenis, Noëmie Simoni, Philippe Virieux
1995 Open Distributed Processing  
The analysis, design and implementation steps of this project follow closely the Open Distributed Processing reference model (RM-ODP).  ...  We have used the ODP concepts and design rules as the basis of our development.  ...  well as to define the object interaction model. .1 • Computational model We consider DDTK application as a set of cooperating objects that interact with each other through interfaces.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34882-7_22 fatcat:6wlgkxncsfbkvauiuzfe43bnui

Specifying ODP Computational Objects in Z [chapter]

Richard Sinnott, Kenneth J. Turner
1997 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The computational viewpoint contained within the Reference Model of Open Distributed Processing (RM-ODP) shows how collections of objects can be configured within a distributed system to enable interworking  ...  This paper highlights how the specification language Z can be used to formalise these capabilities and the associated structuring rules, thereby enabling specifications of ODP systems from the computational  ...  FORMOSA (The Formalisation of the ODP Systems Architecture).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35082-0_27 fatcat:krlu6n7mp5c4tpzxdmqxejlz4y

RM-ODP: The Architecture [chapter]

P. F. Linington
1995 Open Distributed Processing  
Part 4: Architectural semantics: this contains a formalization of the ODP basic modelling concepts defined in Part 2.  ...  justification and explanation of key concepts, and an outline of the ODP architecture.  ...  an ordinary computational object.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34882-7_2 fatcat:pbha32ddsrdz5asiwxaurtgu7i

Hierarchy-oriented modeling of enterprise architecture using reference-model of open distributed processing

Lam-Son Lê, Alain Wegmann
2013 Computer Standards & Interfaces  
This framework consists of a computer-aided tool and a language behind the tool for modeling EA in a hierarchical manner.  ...  Modeling Enterprise Architecture (EA) requires the representation of multiple views for an enterprise. This could be done by a team of stakeholders that essentially have different backgrounds.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors wish to thank the anonymous reviewers for their helpful and thorough comments on the earlier versions of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.csi.2012.01.008 fatcat:brryvs2tbzc55nc4rmbrdzn5je

New Concepts for Qualitative Trader Cooperation [chapter]

A. Puder, C. Burger
1996 Distributed Platforms  
In particular we demonstrate that ODP-types based on an arbitrary interface definition language can be described in terms of conceptual graphs that are used in knowledge-baspd trading.  ...  Therefore, the main purpose of such cooperations was concerned with quantitative aspects, neglecting the possibilities of more general concepts of cooperation.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank Kurt Geihs (Univ. of Frankfurt), Scott M. King (Thinkage LTD, Canada) and Andreas Vogel (Univ. of Queensland) for their comments and discussions on this article.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34947-3_23 fatcat:crxqmwzqtva7bmvw2h4dqzzf2a

An ODP Approach to the Development of Large Middleware Systems [chapter]

Peter F. Linington
1999 Distributed Applications and Interoperable Systems II  
Since the Reference Model for Open Distributed Processing was completed, work in ISO in this area has concentrated on the definition of a number of supporting standards to add detail to the basic framework  ...  Taken together, these provide a powerful structure for the support of large federated systems and provide a basis for the enhancement of tools for the development and maintenance of large middleware systems  ...  BUILDING CONFIGURATIONS AND BINDING OBJECTS The RM-ODP introduces, as part of its computational language, the notion of binding.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35565-8_5 fatcat:hyg6hqtzdrgqzhbnynedwqfyym

Distributing Public Network Management Systems Using CORBA [chapter]

Brian Kinane
1995 Open Distributed Processing  
As the computing and telecommunications domains converge, there is now a possibility to use distributed object technology to increase the cost-effectiveness of management systems.  ...  In an attempt to reduce the cost of management systems, the telecommunications community have, for many years, been working on the standardisation of interfaces between systems to encourage a multi-vendor  ...  CORBA is a core component of the Object Management Architecture (OMA) -an architecture which reflects the computational and engineering viewpoints of ODP.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34882-7_9 fatcat:rq5n34h7wneibbqlzc44i7l67a

Using ODP as a Framework for CORBA-based Distributed Applications Management [chapter]

Alexander Keller, Bernhard Neumair
1997 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
It makes use of the Object Modeling Technique (OMT) as a notation for the computational and the engineering viewpoint languages and permits a seamless transition from abstract object models to concrete  ...  Furthermore, we describe a way to transform this model into concrete CORBA objects. This is demonstrated by means of a concrete example, namely a transaction processing monitor.  ...  Heinz-Gerd Hegering is a group of researchers of the University of Munich, the Munich University of Technology, and the Leibniz Supercomputing Center.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35188-9_9 fatcat:bk5fklkw4rhbtavh2umjqizwmu
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