Asynchronous completion token

@inproceedings{Pyarali1997AsynchronousCT,
  title={Asynchronous completion token},
  author={Irfan Pyarali and Timothy H. Harrison and Douglas C. Schmidt},
  year={1997}
}
Example Consider a distributed Electronic Medical Imaging System (EMIS) [PHS96] consisting of multiple components, such as image servers, which store and retrieve medical images [JWS98].1 The performance and reliability of an EMIS is crucial to physicians, medical staff, and patients using the system. Therefore, it is important to monitor the state of EMIS components carefully. Specialized agent components address this need by propagating events from other EMIS components, such as image servers… CONTINUE READING