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Computer Science - Communication Networks | Distributed Applications and Interoperable Systems

Distributed Applications and Interoperable Systems

König, Hartmut, Geihs, Kurt, Preuss, Thomas (Eds.)

1997, VIII, 296 p.

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Distribution and interoperability in heterogeneous computing environments are the key requirements for state-of-the-art information processing systems. Distributed applications are making a critical contribution in many application sectors, such as office automation, finance, manufacturing, telecommunications, aerospace, and transportation. Users demand support for the construction, integration and management of their application systems as well as for the interoperability of independent application components. DAIS '97 provides a forum for researchers, application designers and users to review, discuss and learn about new approaches and concepts in the fields of distributed applications. DAIS '97 will especially focus on the interoperability between different applications and services, different implementations of the same and of different distributed platforms.

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Related subjects » Communication Networks - Signals & Communication

Table of contents 

Preface. Committee members and invited speakers. List of references. Invited talk - abstract. Part one: Management of distributed applications. Part two: Agents and internet applications. Part three: Short paper session I. Working session. Invited talk II - Abstract. Part four: CORBA 1. Part five: CORBA 2. Part six: Short paper session II. Part seven: Language support for distributed applications design. Part eight: Security and reliability aspects. Index of contributors. Keyword index.

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