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1 FarGo Overview The design of efficient and reliable distributed applications that need to operate over various machines which are networked by wide area and/or low-bandwidth connections , demands new programming abstractions and mechanisms. In particular, the conventional static design-time determination of local-remote relationships between components(More)
The explosive growth in global networking infrastructures has created the opportunity to construct systems involving large number of independent and widely-distributed computational components. Administrative and operational autonomy considerations imply that the actual establishment of agreements regarding all aspects of component interaction must be(More)
Mobile software objects are autonomous computational entities that travel in large-scale and widely-distributed heterogeneous systems, and whose functionality can be attached to diverse computing environments. Incorporation of mobile objects into large-scale distributed systems introduces new challenges to distributed object management (sub)system (DOMS).(More)
Mobile software objects are computational entities that travel in large-scale and widely-distributed heterogeneous systems, and whose functionality can be attached to diverse computing environments. When employed over decentralized sites with operational and administrative autonomy, support for mobility raises difficult issues with respect to object(More)
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