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Achieving Interoperability between CORBA and DCE Applications Using Bridges [chapter]

Zhonghua Yang, Andreas Vogel
1996 Distributed Platforms  
Various kinds of bridges are identified, designed and discussed. A proof of concept is given by a case study.  ...  This paper identifies a new heterogeneity -the heterogeneity of middleware platforms.  ...  Acknowledgements This research has been 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:10.1007/978-0-387-34947-3_12 fatcat:c2rbbhleebhyzi6c4pnjvktkd4

Enabling Interworking between Heterogeneous Distributed Platforms [chapter]

B. Meyer, S. Zlatintsis, C. Popien
1996 Distributed Platforms  
We present a trader design that is focussed on integrating already existing components. This design has been used for implementing or enhancing traders on CORBA and ANSA ware platforms.  ...  For CORBA we show, how this design can be used with special focus on type management. Interworking between autonomous distributed platforms requires a contract to be established.  ...  Consistently a trader performing a lookup only has to contact these managers for obtaining dynamic property values of several exporters.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34947-3_25 fatcat:qtjhsokftvbnzh2fg4xr4ply2i

A Programming System for the Development of TINA Services [chapter]

Titos Saridakis, Christophe Bidan, Valérie Issarny
1997 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Programming environments for the development of distributed applications are called to face issues such as the configuration of the interconnection system, the coordination of heterogeneous application  ...  In this example we demonstrate the automatic customization capabilities of Aster and we illustrate a unified way for dealing with the issues of software heterogeneity, software reuse, and interoperability  ...  The difference of this global trader with the local trader introduced previously is this trader can contact components in the global set, which is the set of all servers registered in each DPE of the federation  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35188-9_1 fatcat:yyf4tt3ulrdohjflcoukkwntym

Experiences on building a distributed computing platform prototype for telecom network and service management [chapter]

Sakari Rahkila, Susanne Stenberg
1997 Integrated Network Management V  
The integration of the two recognized network management protocol standards CMIP and SNMP, and CORBA technology, allows management applications to take advantage of distributed object computing as well  ...  Keywords Network Management, Service Management, World Wide Web, CORBA A. A. Lazar et al. (eds.), Integrated Network Management V  ...  Traders can share information about Service Offers among each other. This is realized by a concept known as federation of traders. That is, traders can act recursively as clients to other traders.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35180-3_10 fatcat:eieh5wqow5ae3jwj43rgvzsja4

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  ...  as specified in with the CORBA architecture.  ...  of Australia.  ... 
doi:10.1088/0967-1846/6/2/303 fatcat:brpju5d4kvhrlmxz4hns2vsf2a

DOK-Trader: a CORBA persistent trader with query routing facilities

G. Craske, Z. Tari, K.R. Kumar
1999 Proceedings of the International Symposium on Distributed Objects and Applications  
We propose a design of a full CORBA trader implementation, called DOK , T r a d e r . It has specific functionalities, since it includes a specific routing mechanism for the trader federated queries.  ...  This paper proposes solutions to the issues of persistency and query routing in the context of CORBA Trader to improve the performance of the core trader functions.  ...  One of the major challenges in CORBA is to provide a high-level of management for the very large amount of underlying distributed objects.  ... 
doi:10.1109/doa.1999.794035 dblp:conf/doa/CraskeTK99 fatcat:6qdaqd2puvfpnkrffrhslnvzbi

OSI Systems Management, Internet SNMP, and ODP/OMG CORBA as Technologies for Telecommunications Network Management [chapter]

2010 Telecommunications Network Management  
(CORBA) [CORBA] approaches to network, service and distributed applications management.  ...  The management aspects of entities such as Network Elements (NEs) and distributed applications are modeled through "clusters" of managed objects, seen collectively across a management interface.  ...  Acknowledgments Sections 2.2.1 and 2.4.3 are based on earlier versions by Graham Knight of UCL, from a joint unpublished document on the comparison of the Internet and OSI System Management frameworks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/9780470546536.ch2 fatcat:jmisbmopmffrxgmfoqlc2nn5we

Trading without Explicit Ontologies [chapter]

Michael Schroeder, Julie McCann, Daniel Haynes
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We implement a simulation of this trust-based trading system and run several test scenarios investigating the use of history and dynamic trust to discover the more suited services.  ...  Classical approaches to traders in middleware rely on a common language of server, clients, and traders to understand each other. In these systems, pre-defined ontologies play a crucial role.  ...  Acknowledgements We'd like to thank Patty Kostkova, who contributed substantially to the trader in middleware survey.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44723-7_8 fatcat:iysg4uq43bb5hhvllfzulogmai

Trader Supported Distributed Office Applications [chapter]

Ch. Mittasch, W. König, R. Funke
1996 Distributed Platforms  
Furthermore an extension for the management of standardized application server interfaces (a type management system) is introduced.  ...  Finally, the integration of the X*-Trader in such a representative distributed system is shown.  ...  Trader federations with other platforms (CORBA-based systems) will also be possible in near future.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34947-3_18 fatcat:qm6intshgnertnrej4nhu5o4lq

Sovereign Systems and Dynamic Federations [chapter]

Lea Kutvonen
1999 Distributed Applications and Interoperable Systems II  
Instead, capabilities are required for dynamical establishment of federations across different middlewares, i.e., capabilities of negotiating on new cooperation relationships amongst independent systems  ...  This requirement is not too hard to achieve at practical level in systems that are based on the current emerging frameworks, such as OMG/CORBA and TINA.  ...  Dynamic federations and mutual reflection is supported by middleware services: • federated trading services (dynamic repository of service providers), • federated type repository services (dynamic repository  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35565-8_6 fatcat:algl6dbnufhp3ffphnfbmcp3pq

TINA DPE Architecture, Version: 2.0b0

Anastasius Gavras, Wataru Takita
1997 Zenodo  
It provides a general description of the TINA-DPE, and the functionalities required for a DPE that has to operate in a TINA environment.  ...  A hierarchical structure has been adopted for the trader nodes. It divides the DPE in Trading Service areas with federated traders managed by a trader master.  ...  To set up a couple of federated traders, a master trader is needed (this can be an already existing trader or a new one).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2683693 fatcat:ukvemnfme5fxlhljrkz4sc74ce

An Agent-Based Framework for Large Scale Internet Applications [chapter]

Mamadou Tadiou Kone, Tatsuo Nakajima
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The idea of a software entity that performs tasks on behalf of a user across the Internet is now well established.  ...  Here, the Facilitator Agent acts on behalf of several service agents.  ...  Some examples are the Service Location Protocol (SLP) designed by the Internet Engineering Task Force, the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), the CORBA architecture [7] with its Trader and Naming  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45551-5_53 fatcat:obnw7watfrdjlf7gs3jtopzf7i

Global trader cooperation in open service markets [chapter]

S. Müller, K. Müller-Jones, W. Lamersdorf, T. Tu
1996 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
CORBA \Common Object Services".  ...  Within this context, the paper focuses speci cally on various aspects of designing and implementing a trader link management component that forms the basis for set up, maintenance, and coordination of  ...  projects David Barbagallo, Melfyn Lloyd, Kerry Raymond and Andreas Vogel etc. at the Distributed Systems Technology Centre (DSTC) in Brisbane for the fruitful and stimulating cooperation which lead to many of  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-61842-2_38 fatcat:hqyhyg4mmnen5lb6vwvrrn4ema

The Hollowman an innovative ATM control architecture [chapter]

Sean Rooney
1997 Integrated Network Management V  
(eds.), Integrated Network Management V © Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 1997 Part Three Management and Control in ATM Networks Fedcn trd Tr.:~.dc r  ...  The confusion in signalling protocols between application services and their resource requirements results in the loss of one of the key advantages of ATM which is the ability of applications to decide  ...  Figure 2 shows a federation of three domain traders. At regular intervals the federated trader ensures that the domain traders are still active and if not removes them from the federation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35180-3_28 fatcat:d3qyl2zsj5actkbnefrzbha3km

The TRADEr: Integrating Trading Into DCE [chapter]

K. Müller-Jones, M. Merz, W. Lamersdorf
1995 Open Distributed Processing  
This paper first elaborates on the specific potential of OSF DCE for supporting implementations of ODP trader functions.  ...  Finally, the paper draws the attention to still existing limitations and deficiencies of OSF DCE for realising ODP trader functions and proposes respective extensions to OSF DCE both at a conceptual and  ...  Extending Type Management within the TRADEr One of the most important components of a composite trader function is the type manager.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34882-7_37 fatcat:tf63gcrp3rc6zd3xob53yuwzfq
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