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Applications built on networked collections of computers are increasingly using distributed object platforms such as CORBA, Java RMI, and DCOM to standardize object interactions. With this increased use comes the increased need for enhanced Quality of Service (QoS) attributes related to fault tolerance, security, and timeliness. This paper describes an architecture called CQoS (Configurable QoS) for implementing such enhancements in a transparent, highly customizable, and portable manner. CQoSdoi:10.1002/spe.509 fatcat:ybh3wy3u4vhxraiy4bbzqduscy