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A CORBA-based Architecture for Electronic Auction Applications

@inproceedings{Aleksy2001ACA,
  title={A CORBA-based Architecture for Electronic Auction Applications},
  author={Markus Aleksy and Axel Korthaus and Martin Schader},
  year={2001}
}
In this paper we present a CORBA-based architecture for electronic auction applications. The core of this architecture is represented by two services, which considerably facilitate the implementation of an electronic auction house by performing some of the main tasks that typically have to be implemented by a developer in this context, such as distributing and recollecting bidding data. Besides explaining this core architecture we describe additional components that are needed for the… 
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