Arkadiusz Danilecki

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This paper describes a checkpointing mechanism destined for Distributed Shared Memory (DSM) systems with speculative prefetch-ing. Speculation is a general technique involving prediction of the future of a computation, namely accesses to shared objects unavailable on the accessing node (read faults). Thanks to such predictions objects can be fetched before(More)
Well defined business processes are a crucial success factor for deploying SOA/SOKU architectures. In this paper, the declarative business process description language—ROsWeL—which supports applications compatible with ROA, is discussed. ROsWeL provides a declarative, reliable and semi-automatic composition of RESTful web services, enriched by the knowledge(More)