Alina Zolotukhina

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Coordinating component behaviour and access to resources is among the key difficulties of building large concurrent systems. To address this, developers must be able to manipulate high-level concepts, such as Finite State Machines and separate functional and coordination aspects of the system behaviour. OSGi associates to each bundle a state machine(More)
A strong separation of concerns is necessary in order to make the design of domain-specific functional components independent from cross-cutting concerns, such as concurrent access to the shared resources of the execution platform. Native coordination mechanisms, such as locks and monitors, allow developers to address these issues. However, such solutions(More)
Coordinating component behaviour and, in particular, concurrent access to resources is among the key difficulties of building large concurrent systems. To address this, developers must be able to manipulate high-level concepts, such as Finite State Machines and separate functional and coordination aspects of the system behaviour. OSGi associates to each(More)
The major research in the resource management literature focuses primarily on two complementary sub-problems: 1) specification languages for formulating resource requests and 2) constraint problems modelling allocation and scheduling. Both directions assume the knowledge of the underlying platform architecture and the dependencies it induces on the usage of(More)
The shift of prooxidant-antioxidant balance in side of prooxidants was revealed in rat liver mitochondria and in microsomes and in blood plasma in response to single irradiation (dose 8 Gy). The shift was more expressed in animals with nutrition unbalanced on animal proteins and antioxidant vitamins. In the main it was explained by the initially reduced(More)
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