An Extensible Process Server Component and its Integration intoHeterogeneous Process-Centered

@inproceedings{EnvironmentsGail1996AnEP,
  title={An Extensible Process Server Component and its Integration intoHeterogeneous Process-Centered},
  author={EnvironmentsGail and Ed Kaiser and Steven S. Popovich and Edwin Stephen and DossickColumbia},
  year={1996}
}
  • EnvironmentsGail, Ed Kaiser, +2 authors DossickColumbia
  • Published 1996
We present a process server component with extensible syntax and semantics. New process en-actment directives can be added to the syntax of the process modeling language, which we deem a \process assembly language" because it supports translation from higher-level process formalisms for enactment by the \process virtual machine", or process engine. The process engine is param-eterized by callbacks to instance-speciic mediator code in order to implement any new directives and to modify the… CONTINUE READING