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Loosely-coupled, mobile replication of objects with transactions

L. Veiga, N. Santos, R. Lebre, P. Ferreira
Proceedings. Tenth International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 2004. ICPADS 2004.  
In contrast with other approaches, M-OBIWAN provides an automatic replication mechanism allowing the creation of dynamic clusters of objects which are accessed within transactions.  ...  It supports mobile transactions and replication in an integrated way.  ...  M-OBIWAN follows a loosely connected client-server approach in which objects are automatically replicated into mobile devices.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icpads.2004.1316154 fatcat:aqlaqd3snzal7oggfiku5t5gf4

Database System Architecture – A Walk Through Time: From Centralized Platform to Mobile Computing – Keynote Address [chapter]

Ali R. Hurson, Yu Jiao
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The concept of mobility, where users access information through a remote connection with portable devices, has introduced additional complexities and restrictions to the heterogeneous distributed database  ...  Heterogeneous distributed databases are designed to deal with issue of data integration and interoperability.  ...  In comparison to parallel systems in which processors are tightly coupled and constitute a single database system, a distributed data base system is a collection of loosely coupled systems that share no  ... 
doi:10.1007/11533962_1 fatcat:e36tkeizefbwbexyoqta7frf3i

Another look at the middleware for dependable distributed computing

Mark Little, Santosh Shrivastava, Stuart Wheater
2011 Journal of Internet Services and Applications  
This middleware has evolved steadily over the years with message passing facilities to support construction of loosely coupled systems.  ...  The paper puts forward the case for five topics for further research: better coordination facilities for loosely coupled systems, restructuring of the middleware stack for supporting multi-tenancy, replication  ...  In the same manner, in the world of loosely coupled peer-to-peer entities, we need messaging abstractions with bi-lateral (multi-lateral) consistency guarantees.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13174-011-0055-6 fatcat:eth5kk4op5a43m5zbvuo5j6u3q

Transaction Management in a Mobile Data Access System [chapter]

K. SEGUN, A.R. HURSON, V. DESAI, A. SPINK, L.L. MILLER
2001 Annual Review of Scalable Computing  
Advances in wireless networking technology and portable computing devices have led to the emergence of the mobile computing paradigm.  ...  Compounding the access to information is the wide variety of technologies with differing memory, network, power, and display requirements.  ...  systems are the most loosely coupled systems.  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789812810182_0004 fatcat:4hzigjspfzarvlwxuzfosfaocy

Mobile Agent based Workflow Management System (MAWFMS) for Information Flow and Business Processes

Rahul Singh Chowhan
2018 Oriental journal of computer science and technology  
Mobile agents are a very novice field with wider scope of research in the stream of a integrated coherent networks, parallel programming, automated learning, remote execution and artificial intelligence  ...  A mobile agent is a representative that is often treated as moving object developed using any object oriented programming language.  ...  This property makes the mobile agent to act and operate with the loosely coupled architectures by altering either local data or work plan.  ... 
doi:10.13005/ojcst11.01.08 fatcat:ej7z4sruzrbahkkq36b2gavfk4

Supporting Architectural Decision Making on Data Management in Microservice Architectures

Evangelos Ntentos, Uwe Zdun, Konstantinos Plakidas, Daniel Schall, Fei Li, Sebastian Meixner
2019 Zenodo  
Uploaded here in compliance with the requirements of the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) and Austrian Science Fund (FWF).  ...  eliminate the targeted benefits of loose coupling.  ...  This can be done through a Shared Database (with all its drawbacks in a microservice architecture) or by service redesign so that all data objects of the transaction reside in one microservice.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3484435 fatcat:6i3giz3ur5aafmdkkdrg5o5pfq

Supporting Architectural Decision Making on Data Management in Microservice Architectures

Evangelos Ntentos, Uwe Zdun, Konstantinos Plakidas, Daniel Schall, Fei Li, Sebastian Meixner
2019 Zenodo  
Uploaded here in compliance with the requirements of the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) and Austrian Science Fund (FWF).  ...  eliminate the targeted benefits of loose coupling.  ...  This can be done through a Shared Database (with all its drawbacks in a microservice architecture) or by service redesign so that all data objects of the transaction reside in one microservice.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3244004 fatcat:htbrw26n4zhhfjlydwrt2dyrva

Using service brokers for accessing backend servers for web applications

Huamin Chen, Prasant Mohapatra
2005 Journal of Network and Computer Applications  
In addition, the performance in terms of the processing time is enhanced by this approach.  ...  This model does not support service differentiation, overload control, caching of contents generated by backend servers.  ...  Chen Backend servers can be categorized as tightly coupled or loosely coupled based on their connectivity and ownership with the initiating Web servers.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jnca.2004.02.001 fatcat:4gv5gg75ungzfghqla6aoq7dum

Constructing reliable distributed communication systems with CORBA

S. Maffeis, D.C. Schmidt
1997 IEEE Communications Magazine  
These requirements motivate the use of the Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA). However, building highly available applications with CORBA is hard.  ...  communication system software supports replication.  ...  In addition, our proposed framework supports applications requiring loosely coupled processes that communicate through asynchronous messaging.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.565656 fatcat:wwy3adoxijfnxofeumuc6iicv4

The Amber system: parallel programming on a network of multiprocessors

J. Chase, F. Amador, E. Lazowska, H. Levy, R. Littlefield
1989 Proceedings of the twelfth ACM symposium on Operating systems principles - SOSP '89  
Amber programs execute in a uniform network-wide object space, with memory coherence maintained at the object level.  ...  Amber shows that support for loosely-coupled multiprocessing can be efficiently realized using an objectbased programming model.  ...  The memory organization of a loosely-coupled system is closely related to issues of consistency of the data shared by multiple nodes.  ... 
doi:10.1145/74850.74865 dblp:conf/sosp/ChaseALLL89 fatcat:jyjm27f4xngqxhgpaorglktfsy

Ambient-Oriented Exception Handling [chapter]

Stijn Mostinckx, Jessie Dedecker, Elisa Gonzalez Boix, Tom Van Cutsem, Wolfgang De Meuter
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The current crop of mobile devices have wireless network provisions (such as Bluetooth and WiFi) that allow them to collaborate with one another in open, mobile and highly dynamic networks.  ...  Such networks of mobile devices are crucial to achieve Weiser's vision of ubiquitous computing [24] , where computers are seamlessly integrated in the fabric of everyday life.  ...  Supporting Loosely-coupled Exception Handling An exception handling mechanism can only be considered to be ambient-oriented, if it is a loosely-coupled exception handling mechanism.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11818502_8 fatcat:mxcpiuw435egpl4bjdat4gldvi

Federated integration of replicated information within hospitals

Wilhelm Hasselbring
1997 International Journal on Digital Libraries  
The general structure of the presented architecture is based on the reference architecture for federated database systems (Sheth and Larson 1990) and adapted to the speci®c demands on integration of replicated  ...  This architecture is the basis for algorithms that restore the integrity of replicated information when changes occur. A prototype implementation is discussed.  ...  The comments on drafts of this paper by Klaus Alfert, Ernst-Erich Doberkat and the anonymous referees were a valuable source to improve the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s007990050016 fatcat:r2e7ynmzebawjddt3azxw3tv74

An Efficient and Fault-Tolerant Update Commitment Protocol for Weakly Connected Replicas [chapter]

João Barreto, Paulo Ferreira
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Mobile and other loosely-coupled environments call for decentralized optimistic replication protocols that provide highly available access to shared objects, while ensuring eventual convergence towards  ...  We demonstrate that our protocol is especially advantageous with the weak connectivity levels that characterize mobile and other loosely-coupled networks.  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge Pierre Sutra for the useful discussions that lead to corrections to the initial version of the protocol.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11549468_116 fatcat:zrd3apkfhval3boksg5ym6ssdq

Orchestrating Innovation Networks

Charles Dhanaraj, Arvind Parkhe
2006 Academy of Management Review  
Innovation networks can often be viewed as loosely coupled systems of autonomous firms.  ...  Orchestration comprises knowledge mobility, innovation appropriability, and network stability.  ...  This fact is captured by the word "coupled" in the phrase "loosely coupled."  ... 
doi:10.5465/amr.2006.21318923 fatcat:ykpuit32brav3h5ij6qjr4f4ce

Aligning Work Practices and Mobile Technologies: Groupware Design for Loosely Coupled Mobile Groups [chapter]

David Pinelle, Jeff Dyck, Carl Gutwin
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The framework was developed to provide designers with support during each of these stages so that they can consider important characteristics of loosely coupled work practice while carrying out design  ...  The design framework is based on information from CSCW and organizational research, and on real-world design experiences with one type of loosely coupled workgroup-home care treatment teams.  ...  In the next sections, four policies are discussed: data and replication transparency, artifact ownership, asynchronous awareness transactions, and transaction guarantees.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-45233-1_14 fatcat:enjj3wydfrchldyip3h4znk4di
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