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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Historically, method-oriented middleware, such as Sun RPC, DCE, Java RMI, COM, and CORBA, has provided synchronous method invocation (SMI) models to applications. Although SMI works well for conventional client/server applications, it is not well-suited for highperformance or real-time applications due to its lack of scalability. To address this problem, the OMG has recently standardized an asynchronous method invocation (AMI) model for CORBA. AMI provides CORBA with many of the capabilitiesdoi:10.1007/3-540-45559-0_11 fatcat:rjwujqp3wbebxcnfycbjkl2sau