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Using announce-listen with global events to develop distributed control systems

K. Mani Chandy, Adam Rifkin, Eve Schooler
1998 Concurrency Practice and Experience  
We specify an abstract model for dynamic distributed control systems in which the component objects make local decisions based on system-wide constraints and approximate global state.  ...  We focus on the issue of distributed resource management, exploring a solution that is both compositional and scalable because it builds global events into the Java infrastructure by exploiting its multicast  ...  In this paper, we have focused on building global events into Java, and exploiting its multicast facilities, to develop distributed control announce-listen algorithms that are both scalable and fault-tolerant  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1096-9128(199809/11)10:11/13<1021::aid-cpe411>3.3.co;2-b fatcat:5gyrk66e5fauhn4csfd3ug2b5q

Using announce-listen with global events to develop distributed control systems

K. Mani Chandy, Adam Rifkin, Eve Schooler
1998 Concurrency Practice and Experience  
We specify an abstract model for dynamic distributed control systems in which the component objects make local decisions based on system-wide constraints and approximate global state.  ...  We focus on the issue of distributed resource management, exploring a solution that is both compositional and scalable because it builds global events into the Java infrastructure by exploiting its multicast  ...  In this paper, we have focused on building global events into Java, and exploiting its multicast facilities, to develop distributed control announce-listen algorithms that are both scalable and fault-tolerant  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1096-9128(199809/11)10:11/13<1021::aid-cpe411>3.0.co;2-k fatcat:oozz72whc5airjprvddaj4byje

Enhancing Jini for use across non-multicastable networks

Ahmed Al-Theneyan, Piyush Mehrotra, Mohammed Zubair
2001 ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review  
Distributed heterogeneous systems are being increasingly used to execute a variety of large size simulation and computational problems.  ...  In this paper we describe enhancements to Jini required to use it for building a resource management system in a distributed environment that does not support multicasting.  ...  Using the distributed events interface of Jini, every TS can get notified when a new TS joins or leaves the system.  ... 
doi:10.1145/377069.377076 fatcat:qstacmphcve6fowd5l2oaqngu4

MarconiNet: overlay mobile content distribution network

A. Dutta, H. Schulzrinne
2004 IEEE Communications Magazine  
., SIP, SAP, SDP, RTSP, and RTP/RTCP) that help provide signaling, session announcement, session description, stream control, media delivery, and feedback control, respectively.  ...  While content distribution over a wired network can be realized by instituting proxies and gateways at several parts of the access network, to provide mobility over heterogeneous wireless access we need  ...  These global stations send their session announcements using a subset of SDP parameters to a global multicast address, M x , unencrypted.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2003.1267102 fatcat:4arimbym4bexln4xaaguetqpty

An active service framework and its application to real-time multimedia transcoding

Elan Amir, Steven McCanne, Randy Katz
1998 Proceedings of the ACM SIGCOMM '98 conference on Applications, technologies, architectures, and protocols for computer communication - SIGCOMM '98  
To verify our design, we implemented and fielded MeGa on the UC Berkeley campus, where it has been used regularly for several months by real users who connect via ISDN to an "on-line classroom".  ...  an active service and develop one such service in detail -the Media Gateway (MeGa) service -that exploits this architecture.  ...  We thank our colleagues Hari Balakrishnan, Venkat Padmanabhan,Mark Stemm, and Todd Hodes for the input throughout the development of work in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1145/285237.285281 dblp:conf/sigcomm/AmirMK98 fatcat:nkbdko734vha5mxkmrbo3pbhpu

An active service framework and its application to real-time multimedia transcoding

Elan Amir, Steven McCanne, Randy Katz
1998 Computer communication review  
To verify our design, we implemented and fielded MeGa on the UC Berkeley campus, where it has been used regularly for several months by real users who connect via ISDN to an "on-line classroom".  ...  an active service and develop one such service in detail -the Media Gateway (MeGa) service -that exploits this architecture.  ...  We thank our colleagues Hari Balakrishnan, Venkat Padmanabhan,Mark Stemm, and Todd Hodes for the input throughout the development of work in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1145/285243.285281 fatcat:fj4oim7d4jdrxpa2fja7hscpke

Developing Collaborative Applications Using Sliverware [chapter]

Seth Holloway, Christine Julien
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
reasons: the systems are focused too narrowly (e.g., on Internet-only applications), or the systems are simply too complicated to be adopted (e.g., they are hard to set up and adapt to concrete applications  ...  In either case, the application developer needs only to select the proper network communication component for the sliver and the common send interface (defined by the adapter) will distribute the necessary  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank the Center for Excellence in Distributed Global Environments for providing research facilities and the collaborative environment.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11914853_35 fatcat:tucwnr64xzcz3d7nlui5pb5suu

Resource conscious development of middleware for control environments: a case of CORBA-based middleware for the CAN bus systems

Seongsoo Hong, Tae-Hyung Kim
2005 Information and Software Technology  
Our experiments clearly demonstrate that it is feasible to use CORBA in developing distributed embedded control systems possessing severe resource limitations.  ...  While recently emerging middleware technologies such as CORBA and DCOM address the complexity of distributed programming, they cannot be directly applied to distributed control system design due to their  ...  Our experiments clearly demonstrated that it would be feasible to use CORBA in developing distributed embedded control systems possessing severe resource limitations.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.infsof.2004.09.012 fatcat:smx45xz2jrdijcsckjgloq25ce

R-OSGi: Distributed Applications Through Software Modularization [chapter]

Jan S. Rellermeyer, Gustavo Alonso, Timothy Roscoe
2007 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In contrast, module management systems like OSGi are designed to handle unloading of modules at any time, and include event notification functionality to enable programmers (indeed, to require them) to  ...  In doing so, R-OSGi greatly simplifies the development of distributed applications with no performance cost. In the paper we describe R-OSGi and several use cases.  ...  Acknowledgements The work presented in this paper was supported (in part) by the National Competence Center in Research on Mobile Information and Communication Systems (NCCR-MICS), a center supported by  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-76778-7_1 fatcat:mszuzetoljhfrpu55swn7e7tei

A Data Distribution Service in a Hierarchical SDN Architecture: Implementation and Evaluation

Alejandro Llorens-Carrodeguas, Cristina Cervello-Pastor, Irian Leyva-Pupo
2019 2019 28th International Conference on Computer Communication and Networks (ICCCN)  
To this aim, this paper proposes a new solution to distribute SDN domains by using Data Distribution Services (DDS).  ...  With the development of the industry and society, new verticals have emerged, such as Industry 4.0, cooperative sensing and augmented reality.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank Prof. Jorge Navarro-Ortiz of University of Granada for cooperating to implement the distributed testbed.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icccn.2019.8847035 dblp:conf/icccn/Llorens-Carrodeguas19 fatcat:kio6cby6cngfnmoai4k6ideawm

Voice Loops as Coordination Aids in Space Shuttle Mission Control

Emily S. Patterson, Jennifer Watts-Perotti*, David D. Woods
1999 Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)  
By understanding how voice loops meet the particular demands of the mission control environment, insight can be gained for the design of groupware tools to support cooperative activity in other event-driven  ...  Voice loops allow practitioners to listen in on relevant communications without disrupting their own activities or the activities of others.  ...  We conclude with a discussion of how this analysis provides insight into the important functions that should be considered in the development of systems intended to support cooperative work in other event-driven  ... 
doi:10.1023/a:1008722214282 pmid:12269347 fatcat:dtecbsrk6vacfputz4wl4zdujm

Model Checking Publish-Subscribe Systems [chapter]

David Garlan, Serge Khersonsky, Jung Soo Kim
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
While publish-subscribe systems have good engineering properties, they are difficult to reason about and to test. Model checking such systems is an attractive alternative.  ...  However, in practice coming up with an appropriate state model for a pub-sub system can be a difficult and error-prone task.  ...  The research grew out of work on formal reasoning about pub-sub systems, conducted jointly with Juergen Dingel, David Notkin, and Somesh Jha.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44829-2_11 fatcat:6625xmfmazazljx62jwodeacjy

A concept for a medical device plug-and-play architecture based on web services

Stephan Pöhlsen, Stefan Schlichting, Markus Strähle, Frank Franz, Christian Werner
2009 ACM SIGBED Review  
It is designed for resource-constrained devices and thus seems to be suitable as a basis for medical device plug-and-play.  ...  It is a collection of existing Web services specifications for service discovery, interface description, event notification, and security.  ...  Table 1 : 1 Exemplary performance results for event distribution according to WS-Eventing for different toolkits Event source Listener Total delay WS4D-gSOAP 1 × WS4D-gSOAP 3.0 ms WS4D-gSOAP 2  ... 
doi:10.1145/1859823.1859829 fatcat:osdhszx65fcyhacwbnxfgh4pla

Blockchain-based Solution for COVID-19 Digital Medical Passports and Immunity Certificates

Haya R. Hasan, Khaled Salah, Raja Jayaraman, Junaid Arshad, Ibrar Yaqoob, Mohammed Omar, Samer Ellahham
2020 IEEE Access  
We present a detailed description of the system design, development, and evaluation (cost and security analysis) for the proposed solution.  ...  Since our code leverages the use of the on-chain events, the cost of our design is almost negligible. We have made our smart contract codes publicly available on Github.  ...  This function creates an event announcing the affiliation of anew country's MoH to all VOLUME 8, 2020 listeners.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3043350 pmid:34812373 pmcid:PMC8545253 fatcat:57w6j542qnd6jlmcewauumdvoy

Multicast session announcements on top of SSM

P. Namburi, K. Sarac
2004 2004 IEEE International Conference on Communications (IEEE Cat. No.04CH37577)  
Before having a multicast event, information about the event needs to be announced to prospective participants.  ...  Researchers have developed SSM, as an alternative multicast model in response to problems with ASM. And therefore, the expectation is that SSM will soon replace ASM in the inter-domain scale.  ...  After this initialization, end systems listen to periodic announcements on the (SAS 1 , c) channel to keep their announcements up to date.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icc.2004.1312751 dblp:conf/icc/NamburiS04 fatcat:5ic7sh4n2zgvhfrxwuubzhhtp4
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