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JavaBean-based simulation with a decision making bean

M. Fukunari, Yu-Liang Chi, P.M. Wolfe
1998 Winter Simulation Conference. Proceedings (Cat. No.98CH36274)  
In this paper a methodology is introduced to ease webbased simulation development: component-based development with a decision making bean.  ...  This paper introduces the JavaBeans Discrete Simulation (JBDS) system which contains a library of basic components for simulation models with a decision making bean.  ...  A decision making bean uses an OPT representation to define complex relationships among nodes.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wsc.1998.746049 dblp:conf/wsc/FukunariCW98 fatcat:eb3wsq2sjrhxhlf53wp7dm3y2i

Building Blocks for Agent Design [chapter]

Hrishikesh J. Goradia, José M. Vidal
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We present our Component-Based Agent Framework, which enables a software engineer to design a set of agents by using a visual compo nent-based toolkit (Sun's BDK), and wiring together desired blocks of  ...  The proposed framework is a first step towards the merging of agent-based and component-based design tools.  ...  As will be shown later in this section, even with such a limited set of components, the CBAF implementation using JavaBeans can support substantially complex decision-making activities.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-24620-6_11 fatcat:u7wxnmegsndxtjp4yylix6kfvu

JavaBean-based simulation with operational procedure table (OPT)

Miki Fukunari, Yu-Liang Chi, Philip M Wolfe
2001 Future generations computer systems  
We introduce the JavaBeans discrete simulation (JBDS) system, which has a library of basic simulation components and the OPT component, to illustrate the combination of component/web-based simulation development  ...  Furthermore, an OPT component can enhance design efficiency with a tabular format specification for describing the behavior of a system.  ...  The decision-making logic determines the situation and the appropriate response of the system. This logic mapping with a table provides a means to efficiently design logic.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0167-739x(00)00037-6 fatcat:do5pvegqmraddgxt7lf7mo7xkq

Supporting architectural concerns in component interoperability standards

D.S. Rosenblum, R. Natarajan
2000 IEE Proceedings - Software  
Our approach enables the design and development of applications in the C2 style using off-the-shelf Java components or beans that are available to the designer.  ...  There has been considerable work in industry on the development of component interoperability models, such as COM, CORBA and JavaBeans.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Discussions with Elisabetta Di Nitto, Jacky Estublier Alfonso Fuggetta, Neno Medvidovic, Peyman Oreizy, Kevin Sullivan and Dick Taylor helped us improve many of the ideas presented in  ... 
doi:10.1049/ip-sen:20000913 fatcat:grt4d2ritnhdjht52tev5vzv3m

Enhanced Testing of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles Using Augmented Reality & JavaBeans [chapter]

Benjamin C., David M.
2009 Underwater Vehicles  
JavaBean programming environments currently exist which allow a user to connect and configure JavaBeans to make 2D GUI based applications.  ...  ARF provides a new type of JavaBean which allows the user to create a 3D environment out of JavaBeans. It is called a Java3DBean and is based on Java3D and JavaBeans.  ...  AUVs are losing their prototype status and have become a fully operational, reliable and effective tool and modern multi-purpose AUVs represent the new class of underwater robotic objects with inherent  ... 
doi:10.5772/6697 fatcat:xmmiheqvevdhjknm72o3t6srs4

The Vienna component framework enabling composition across component models

J. Oberleitner, T. Gschwind, M. Jazayeri
2003 25th International Conference on Software Engineering, 2003. Proceedings.  
The VCF presents a unified component model--implemented by a fafade component-to the application programmer.  ...  Performance measurements of VCF implementations of COM, Enterprise JavaBeans, CORBA distributed objects, and Jav-aBeans show that the overhead of accessing components through the VCF is negligible for  ...  In case of JavaBeans this is the bean instance itself.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icse.2003.1201185 dblp:conf/icse/OberleitnerGJ03 fatcat:gjeus7m4tzc4tjt4wvb56phpji

ABLE: A toolkit for building multiagent autonomic systems

J. P. Bigus, D. A. Schlosnagle, J. R. Pilgrim, W. N. Mills III, Y. Diao
2002 IBM Systems Journal  
A top-level executive component makes decisions based on the models and its current emotional state.  ...  , planning, and metalevel decision-making.  ...  Bigus He is now a Senior Technical Staff Member working with ABLE on various projects involving automated problem diagnosis and systems management.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.413.0350 fatcat:shavvhlc6fd25jtdzmacolwx3y

Implementation of Java Frameworks and APIs for Web Applications

Saksham Gupta, Shallu Bashambu
2020 International Journal of Scientific Research in Science Engineering and Technology  
It provides with a controller Servlet to manage and intercept the flow of requests.  ...  Java accepts a N-tier framework of MVC Model in platform and uses EJB, Struts WEB Framework and Hibernate technology.  ...  By calling out 'Alice', the chatbot is activated and simulates a more natural conversation with human users. A.  ... 
doi:10.32628/ijsrset207284 fatcat:ocn26ragdjczxlzydxyoqc7aba

Support for Enterprise JavaBeans in Component Broker

C. F. Codella, D. N. Dillenberger, D. F. Ferguson, R. D. Jackson, T. A. Mikalsen, I. Silva-Lepe
1998 IBM Systems Journal  
Additional is- sues for session beans are: * Thread serialization. It is illegal to make a “loop- back” call to a session bean.  ...  Enterprise beans can be made to run in CB with lit- tle effort. Writing applications using EJB classes makes Java a fine language for creating enterprise applications.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.374.0502 fatcat:uxelxzjjjnavxhfxefn5yggpbe

Formal modeling of the Enterprise JavaBeans™ component integration framework

J.P. Sousa, D. Garlan
2001 Information and Software Technology  
One problem with frameworks like EJB is that they are documented informally, making it di cult to understand precisely what is provided by the framework, and what is required to use it.  ...  A good example is Sun Microsystems' Enterprise JavaBeans TM EJB framework, which supports objectoriented, distributed, enterprise-level applications, such as account management systems.  ...  Transaction management can be fully controlled by the container, based on a collection of deployment attributes associated to the bean class.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0950-5849(00)00157-9 fatcat:so3heciyb5cixnskej2m4w4vea

Formal modeling of the enterprise javabeans™ component integration framework [chapter]

João Pedro Sousa, David Garlan
1999 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
One problem with frameworks like EJB is that they are documented informally, making it di cult to understand precisely what is provided by the framework, and what is required to use it.  ...  A good example is Sun Microsystems' Enterprise JavaBeans TM EJB framework, which supports objectoriented, distributed, enterprise-level applications, such as account management systems.  ...  Transaction management can be fully controlled by the container, based on a collection of deployment attributes associated to the bean class.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-48118-4_18 fatcat:xc5qin5zsvburdt2glwh2yfjt4

On aspectualizing component models

Roman Pichler, Klaus Ostermann, Mira Mezini
2003 Software, Practice & Experience  
We conclude that AOP is a promising approach to eliminate important shortcomings of the container-based component approach.  ...  Server-side component models such as Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) add powerful abstractions to the bare "business objects" layer in order to support a clean separation of server-side application logic from  ...  service with a base class.  ... 
doi:10.1002/spe.534 fatcat:svnlheuqsvbzfbjo5uxutcntma

Mississippi Computational Web Portal

Tomasz Haupt, Purushotham Bangalore, Gregory Henley
2002 Concurrency and Computation  
The middle-tier objects are persistent, and therefore once configured simulation can be reused, shared between users, or transition into operational or educational use.  ...  The proxies through a grid resource broker use the grid services, as defined by the Global Grid Forum, to access remote computational resources.  ...  -decision support.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cpe.675 fatcat:pqgtt5w3bvhnfabf56kypsxfpy

Application on demand system over the Internet

Ch. Bouras, A. Gkamas, I. Nave, D. Primpas, A. Shani, O. Sheory, K. Stamos, Y. Tzruya
2005 Journal of Network and Computer Applications  
The ASP-NG Portal is a portal for providing the user with the necessary interface in order to access an Application on Demand (AoD) service.  ...  Using the AoD service the user rents an application for a limited time period at a fraction of the actual cost of the application.  ...  Therefore, the ASP-NG portal module does not have direct access to the Entity Enterprise JavaBeans, but it rather accesses the Session Beans, which construct a layer covering the Entity Beans.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jnca.2004.06.003 fatcat:znmeie56j5hqhmi6ea2dvvlwbq

VLab: collaborative Grid services and portals to support computational material science

Mehmet A. Nacar, Mehmet S. Aktas, Marlon Pierce, Zhenyu Lu, Gordon Erlebacher, Dan Kigelman, Evan F. Bollig, Cesar R. S. da Silva, Benny Sowell, David A. Yuen
2007 Concurrency and Computation  
We present the initial architecture and implementation of VLab, a Grid and Web Service-based system for enabling distributed and collaborative computational chemistry and material science applications  ...  ) with backend data persistence.  ...  This work will be integrated within our system to properly link input, job submission, analysis, feedback to the user, and finally, automatic (or semiautomatic) decisions regarding the next set of simulations  ... 
doi:10.1002/cpe.1199 fatcat:pqnnikmn7ze25egp4cuuivnjua
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