CLF/Mekano: a framework for building virtual-enterprise applications

  title={CLF/Mekano: a framework for building virtual-enterprise applications},
  author={Jean-Marc Andreoli and Dami{\'a}n Arregui and François Pacull and Michel Riviere and Jean-Yves Vion-Dury and Jutta Willamowski},
CLF/Mekano is a distributed object infrastructure oriented towards the high-level coordination of coarse grain components. Unlike other infrastructures of the same class, such as CORBA or DCOM, coordination in CLF/Mekano is built-in at the lowest level, namely at the inter-component communication protocol level, and not as a side service (such as the event, transaction or negotiation services of Corba). Although the CLF protocol is \light-weight" (it relies on very few concepts and only 8… CONTINUE READING


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