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Object management in distributed information systems

Peter Lyngbaek, Dennis McLeod
1984 ACM Transactions on Information Systems  
A simple model for object sharing in distributed office information systems is described.  ...  The model provides a small set of operators for object definition, manipulation, and retrieval in a distributed environment, modeled as a logical network of workstations.  ...  Object Management in Distributed Information Systems • l Work assignment I I ' I t ' e ,f Fig. 2.  ... 
doi:10.1145/521.357415 fatcat:syr3xviwqzbctiwb2wmpg4jkkq

Enabling Process Variants and Versions in Distributed Object-Aware Process Management Systems [chapter]

Kevin Andrews, Sebastian Steinau, Manfred Reichert
2018 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
This paper presents concepts for supporting process variants in the object-aware process management paradigm.  ...  We oer insights into the distributed object-aware process management framework PHILhar-monicFlows as well as the concepts it provides for implementing variants and versioning support based on log propagation  ...  Summary and Outlook This paper focuses on the design-time aspects of managing data model variants in a distributed object-aware process management system.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-92901-9_1 fatcat:4njak5cknnfo7gyaejwvtgl36q

An Approach to Distribution of Object-Oriented Applications in Loosely Coupled Networks

Sandeep Purao, Hemant K. Jain, Derek L. Nazareth
2002 Journal of Management Information Systems  
, Decision Support Systems, Information & Management, and others.  ...  His work has appeared in several journals, including Communications of the ACM, Journal of Management Information Sys- tems, Decision Support Systems, Information & Management, DataBase, and Jour- nal  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.2002.11045689 fatcat:bmo57pqnvzb2zgcbsxn25j5nlm

Management and visualization of large, complex and time-dependent 3D objects in distributed GIS

S. Shumilov, A. Thomsen, A. B. Cremers, B. Koos
2002 Proceedings of the tenth ACM international symposium on Advances in geographic information systems - GIS '02  
This paper presents solutions for architectures of distributed GIS employed for large scale geological modeling in contrast with more traditional GIS.  ...  These techniques are then illustrated on a prototype system developed to support interactive work on large models employed by existing geological 3D modeling tools.  ...  A more detailed discussion of techniques that allowed us to build an efficient distributed system follows in sections 4, 5 and 6.  ... 
doi:10.1145/585147.585171 dblp:conf/gis/ShumilovTCK02 fatcat:qajqbh24r5bafe7kkssem6woqu

Management and visualization of large, complex and time-dependent 3D objects in distributed GIS

S. Shumilov, A. Thomsen, A. B. Cremers, B. Koos
2002 Proceedings of the tenth ACM international symposium on Advances in geographic information systems - GIS '02  
This paper presents solutions for architectures of distributed GIS employed for large scale geological modeling in contrast with more traditional GIS.  ...  These techniques are then illustrated on a prototype system developed to support interactive work on large models employed by existing geological 3D modeling tools.  ...  A more detailed discussion of techniques that allowed us to build an efficient distributed system follows in sections 4, 5 and 6.  ... 
doi:10.1145/585168.585171 fatcat:6jtlbreslnbkhpbmtehsxzqh4q

TELECONTROL OF THE EXPERT SYSTEM OF AUTOMATIC TRAFFIC CONTROL

Ravshan Aliev, Komoliddin Toshmetov
2022 Berlin Studies in Knowledge Research  
The article examines the transmission of a tele control and telesignalization signal in the expert system for automatic control of train traffic, for the detection and control of train data, various types  ...  of systems for automatic control of train traffic are presented.  ...  of the controlled object, but will only determine the area of their distribution.  ... 
doi:10.47689/978-9943-7818-0-1-pp20-22 fatcat:uprnbguxtfa5hoexegkzu5kmxi

Towards heterogeneous multimedia information systems: the Garlic approach

M.J. Carey, L.M. Haas, P.M. Schwarz, M. Arya, W.F. Cody, R. Fagin, M. Flickner, A.W. Luniewski, W. Niblack, D. Petkovic, J. Thomas, J.H. Williams (+1 others)
Proceedings RIDE-DOM'95. Fifth International Workshop on Research Issues in Data Engineering-Distributed Object Management  
The goal of this project is to develop a system and associated tools for the management of large quantities of heterogeneous multimedia information.  ...  through a unified schema expressed in an object-oriented data model and can be queried and manipulated using an object-oriented dialect of SQL, perhaps through an advanced querybrowser tool that we are  ...  in particular.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ride.1995.378736 dblp:conf/ride/CareyHSACFFLNPTWW95 fatcat:4fecax5itngcdczylr2sloq3em

OOPSLA distributed object management

John R. Rymer, Richard Mark Soley, William Stephen Andreas, Ian Fuller, Neal Jacobson, Richard A. Demers
1990 Proceedings of the European conference on object-oriented programming on Object-oriented programming systems, languages, and applications - OOPSLA/ECOOP '90  
Distributed object management has become a hot idea as vendors and users struggle to build increasingly complex information systems.  ...  They believe distributed object management is a better way to represent and implement information systems in heterogeneous environments than current procedural methods.  ... 
doi:10.1145/97945.97985 dblp:conf/oopsla/RymerSAFJD90 fatcat:nxpldzxohnccflotz3jvhzazz4

Research and Design of the Three-tier Distributed Network Management System Based on COM / COM + and DNA

Likai Liang, Yushen Bi
2012 Physics Procedia  
Considered on the distributed network management system's demand of high distributives, extensibility and reusability, a framework model of Three-tier distributed network management system based on COM  ...  Finally, we discuss the internal running process of each layer in the distributed network management system's framework model.  ...  In short, the components can complete a particular function and is part of distributed network management system.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.phpro.2012.03.306 fatcat:cwhgta73arfupo7jagnnkor7mu

Healthcare Information Management System in Home Environment [chapter]

Chang Won Jeong, Chung Sub Lee, Su Chong Joo
2007 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we suggested a healthcare information management system for supporting healthcare home services.  ...  Our researching focus in this paper is how to design system and how to use constructed database on the framework for supporting healthcare home services.  ...  This work was supported by research grants from Wonkwang University in 2007.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-72588-6_30 fatcat:mevhdxs3xbf3dhwsvyqqtbvpeq

The Comandos Toolset for Distributed Systems Management

G. Kerber, H. Meitner, F. Reim
1994 Computer journal  
The management of distributed information systems is a complex and time consuming task. Concepts and tools to support experts with the design and operational control of such systems are summarized.  ...  This comprises system observation and system control facilities, a system design tool, a risk management tool and a system administration tool.  ...  Every object in the distributed information system is viewed as having two different kinds of interfaces, productive and management.  ... 
doi:10.1093/comjnl/37.6.509 fatcat:nq4zzbnsjffhddaobzohwpf3k4

Healthcare Information Management System in Home Environment [chapter]

Chang-Sun Shin, Su-Chong Joo, Chang-Won Jeong
2007 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The distributed object group framework (DOGF) enables easier integration of distributed objects to healthcare home applications.  ...  To verify the practical use of the healthcare information management system proposed in this paper, we created a prototype healthcare home monitoring service using information, emergency call, and home  ...  Healthcare Information Management System System Architecture Our system uses the object group management for domain grouping in DOGF. The needs of a home healthcare environment are considered.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-75664-4_22 fatcat:jshawuukkva4niymoul6w75gam

The Application of Database Technology in the Network Management System

Yong-qiang HE, Xue-rui WANG
2019 Journal of Networking Technology  
In today's society, the internet was increasingly expanding the scale of the computer network, the structure of the network has become more and more complex, the network management system must have a higher  ...  A large amount of data had been processed in the network management system, and the application rules on data processing are the two most basic elements, and the database had provided a technical solution  ...  of distributed database system for the processing capacity of extended system provided a good way: Added a new node in distributed database system to do so than in a centralized system expand the scale  ... 
doi:10.6025/jnt/2019/10/3/87-91 fatcat:dcb5c27rffchrmtiyi22ho4qoa

A Reference Model for Information Infrastructures [chapter]

Ramez Elmasri, Daeweon Son, John J. Mills, N. Kishor
1999 Information Infrastructure Systems for Manufacturing II  
Approaches and models reviewed include the ADAPTIVE Communication Environment (ACE), the Common Object Request Broker Architecture/Common Object Services Specification (CORBNCOSS), the Distributed Computing  ...  Several reference models have been proposed and information infrastructure systems are under development for shop floor control in the discrete manufacturing and semiconductor industries, for high level  ...  Data Distribution Management.• Object Model Template -The prescribed common method for recording the information contained in the required HLA Object Model for each federate and federation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35385-2_7 fatcat:b2zoqgmrr5csbhx2tc3jflx4ci

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

Alexander Keller, Bernhard Neumair
1997 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Today, the object-oriented approach is the most commonly accepted paradigm in management: Hence, so-called managed object classes (MOCs) provide abstractions of real resources for management purposes.  ...  Management acts on resources by manipulating the managed objects. For that, we first of all have to derive appropriate MOCs for management of distributed applications.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank the members of the Munich Network Management (MNM) Team for helpful discussions and valuable comments on previous versions of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35188-9_9 fatcat:bk5fklkw4rhbtavh2umjqizwmu
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