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Programming Language Interoperability in Distributed Computing Environments [chapter]

H.-Arno Jacobsen
1999 Distributed Applications and Interoperable Systems II  
Distributed computing environments, such as ANSAware, CORBA, DCOM, and DCE achieve software component interoperability through specifying all public component interfaces in a common interface definition  ...  This is, however, just the first step in achieving programming language interoperability. By focusing on the CORBA standard we illustrate this mapping procedure.  ...  The key objective of these infrastructures is to leverage the heterogeneity inherent to large distributed systems and to provide a middleware insulating the distributed application from various details  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35565-8_24 fatcat:vwc6ucfy2rcsnffxzpwssdeubi

Middleware services for interoperability in open mobile agent systems

Paolo Bellavista, Antonio Corradi, Cesare Stefanelli
2001 Microprocessors and microsystems  
In particular, it focuses on compliance with CORBA, the accepted standard for object-oriented components, but also with MASIF and FIPA, respectively, the OMG speci®cation for the support of agent mobility  ...  The paper also presents an application scenario in the area of network, systems and service management, where the interoperability components permit the interworking of SOMA agents, SNMP-compliant elements  ...  ' and by the University of Bologna (Funds for Selected Research Topics:`An Integrated Infrastructure to Support Secure Services').  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0141-9331(01)00100-4 fatcat:7a7tbpft7ncsxatukdlctytrhq

Improving the performance of distributed CORBA applications

S. Mishra, Nija Shi
2002 Proceedings 16th International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium  
CORBA-as-needed allows distributed CORBA applications to first detect if the interoperability functionality of CORBA communication methods are indeed needed in a particular invocation, and bypass them  ...  This paper proposes a new technique called CORBAas-needed to improve the performance of distributed CORBA applications.  ...  In this paper, we propose corba-as-needed technique to improve the performance of distributed, CORBA applications.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ipdps.2002.1015514 dblp:conf/ipps/MishraS02 fatcat:hgo5pw2tczbbvctuarjam62mjy

CORBA-BASED INTEROPERATION IN SUBSTATION AUTOMATION SYSTEMS

Ricardo Sanz, Ignacio González, Miguel Segarra, Raoul Tagliarini, Luis Gomes, Gregorio Hernández, Antonio Zangrilli
2002 IFAC Proceedings Volumes  
Traditional automation systems were built as turnkey systems based on proprietary technology but recent developments in automation and networking have created a new wave of interoperability requirements  ...  This paper addresses some of these topics and focus on recent standardization activities in the field, in particular in relation with the incorporation of object technology in this area.  ...  BRIEF DESCRIPTION The main objective of DOTS is the development of control system models based on emergent telecontrol standards and an open software architecture built upon real-time distributed object  ... 
doi:10.3182/20020721-6-es-1901.01218 fatcat:aobgna5edzfybntdzhgu2plts4

CORBA-as-Needed: A Technique to Construct High Performance CORBA Applications [chapter]

Hui Dai, Shivakant Mishra, Matti A. Hiltunen
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This technique is based on the observation that in many cases the client and the server of a distributed application run on compatible computing platforms, and do not need the interoperability functionality  ...  This paper proposes a new optimization technique called CORBA-as-needed to improve the performance of distributed CORBA applications.  ...  Therefore, it is difficult to construct high performance distributed object applications using CORBA.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36265-7_14 fatcat:nuc3hutwqnhajjuhqlthdratye

Multi-Layer Monitoring in Distributed Object-Environments [chapter]

Günther Rackl
1999 Distributed Applications and Interoperable Systems II  
Based on the requirements of on-line tools for distributed object-systems, this paper derives a multi-layer monitoring system and outlines an exemplary realization for CORBA environments.  ...  On-line monitoring systems provide a powerful facility for realizing tools for the development and deployment of distributed applications.  ...  INTRODUCTION Developing and maintaining large distributed object-oriented applications represents one of the major challenges in computer science at the time.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35565-8_22 fatcat:repk2pksljh5biux2ayvldco74

Comparative Analysis of Business Object Approaches

2007 Informatică economică  
This paper presents a comparison of several technologies for developing distributed applications.  ...  The specific technologies into consideration are: one focused on COM/DCOM/COM and Microsoft technologies, Internet Explorer and ActiveX - and the other focused on Netscape, CORBA, JAVA/J2EE solutions.  ...  CORBA offers an object oriented distributed technology.  ... 
doaj:907c328c810948d19954d503104f1c08 fatcat:a3vtvvyrhfddzk72acz642jriq

Towards Interoperable and Reusable Learning Environments [chapter]

Luis Anido, Martin Llamas, Mancel J. Fernández
2002 Networking the Learner  
Leaming technology standardisation is one of the key activities in the field of computer-based education. Eventually, this standan:lisation process will support resource sharing and interoperability.  ...  This paper presents an up-todate survey on this process, and then discusses our contribution to it. Wehave defined a distributed software architecture built on the CORBA middleware platform.  ...  CORBA Middleware CORBA (OMG 2001) is an object-based distributed architecture that allows distributed and heterogeneaus applications to interoperate on a network.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35596-2_13 fatcat:lijwnz3iyrgmlg53ibcpdlkcye

A mobile middleware to solve interoperability problems in VOIP streaming session

Rossi Kamal, Mosaddek Hossain Kamal, Muhammad Mostafa Monowar, Choong Seon Hong
2012 International Journal of Communication Networks and Distributed Systems  
The applications ( rmobvoip, rmoblog, mobrmi, mobcorba ) implement distributed protocols to solve interoperability problems and to Copyright c ⃝ 2010 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd. 2 R.  ...  A peer with this middleware is provided with three options( SIP, H.323 and Jingle) and it can choose any of the protocols or implementations depending on the protocol type used by other peer of the session  ...  CORBA allows heterogeneous, distributed collections of objects to interoperate. Client and object implementations are portable in CORBA.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijcnds.2012.044324 fatcat:n24scbrbpvfqfbrz3cermsrzfi

An Object Interface for Interoperability of Image Processing Parallel Library in a Distributed Environment [chapter]

Andrea Clematis, Daniele D'Agostino, Antonella Galizia
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Emerging distributed and Grid based architectures represent new and well suited platforms that promise the availability of the required computational power.  ...  In this direction image processing has to evolve to heterogeneous environments, and a crucial aspect is represented by the interoperability and reuse of available and high performance code.  ...  Acknowledgments This work has been supported by MIUR program L. 449/97-00 "High Performance Distributed Platform", by FIRB strategic project Grid.it, and by CNR strategic project @SWING.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11553595_72 fatcat:gupp2ijhfzh4pizqypdrthm4gi

Engineering an interoperable computational collaboratory on the Grid

Vijay Mann, Manish Parashar
2002 Concurrency and Computation  
These systems build on high-end computational resources, communication technologies and enabling services underlying the Grid, and provide seamless and collaborative access to resources, applications and  ...  An experimental evaluation of the middleware substrate is presented.  ...  monitor and control high-performance parallel/distributed applications.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cpe.687 fatcat:b2p7mhi7y5htxg6lvcpkrd7kea

Analysis of Component based Computing

P. V. Kumaraguru, V. J. Chakravarthy, M. Seenivasan
2018 International Journal of Engineering & Technology  
The component based technologies discuss the proposal of distributed object of CORBA which is the Object Management Group's (OMG).This paper proposes the broker architecture as CORBA has distributed system  ...  One of the good implementation examples of broker architecture is Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA).  ...  Santhosh Baboo, Registrar, and Mononmaniam Sundaranar University, who motivated us towards research fields.  ... 
doi:10.14419/ijet.v7i4.10.20823 fatcat:qtqbzqxh6fagbm3eob4e3dnff4

Frameworks for Component-based Simulation

Hussam M. Soliman
2001 Journal of King Saud University: Computer and Information Sciences  
CORBA is a large and complex set of specifications and protocols that utilizes the objectoriented paradigm to achieve distributed object-oriented computing environments that allow object interoperability  ...  In this paper, both HLA and CORBA are presented in the context of component-based simulation model development and interoperability.  ...  As an example of the first approach above, a CORBA-based discrete-event simulation facility is proposed in [6] to help develop portable and interoperable simulation models on the Internet by using CORBA  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1319-1578(01)80004-5 fatcat:oeswhtjgszhbxd2g3i326ontly

PACO++: a parallel object model for high performance distributed systems

C. Perez, T. Priol, A. Ribes
2004 37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2004. Proceedings of the  
Such a performance has been obtained while preserving the semantics of CORBA. For example, parallel CORBA objects are interoperable with standard CORBA objects via a proxy mechanism.  ...  Early experiments with a 1 Gbit/s WAN show scalable performance: an aggregated bandwidth of 874 Mbit/s has been obtained between two parallel CORBA objects made of twelve nodes each.  ...  To illustrate the situation, the execution of an application based on MpCCI [1] on a computational grid requires an MPI implementation able to spawn MPI applications on several grid resources whereas MPI  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2004.1265648 dblp:conf/hicss/PerezPR04 fatcat:65ero2itmzdirovwlztrobm5ke

An Overview of CORBA 3 [chapter]

Jon Siegel
1999 Distributed Applications and Interoperable Systems II  
Already the architecture of choice for distributed enterprise applications, CORBA takes a major step in capability and ease-of-use with the addition of new features labeled, collectively, CORBA 3.  ...  The new abilities group into three areas: Java and Internet Integration: Two URL formats for the CORBA object reference provide access to CORBA services and objects over the internet or on remote hosts  ...  INTRODUCTION Overview of CORBA and the OMA OMG's specifications divide into two major parts: CORBA ( Figure 1 ) [1, 2] , which provides the object-based interoperability foundation and, built on this  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35565-8_9 fatcat:oeboydehnjc2lgkxzdr2bnhzbm
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