Comparing and Contrasting Adaptive Middleware Support in Wide-Area and Embedded Distributed Object Applications

@inproceedings{Loyall2001ComparingAC,
  title={Comparing and Contrasting Adaptive Middleware Support in Wide-Area and Embedded Distributed Object Applications},
  author={Joseph P. Loyall and Richard E. Schantz and John A. Zinky and Partha P. Pal and Richard Shapiro and Craig Rodrigues and Michael Atighetchi and David A. Karr and Jeanna M. Gossett and Christopher D. Gill},
  booktitle={ICDCS},
  year={2001}
}
The Quality Objects (Quo) middleware is a set of extensions to standard distributed object computing middleware that is used to control and adapt quality of service in a number of distributed application environments, from wide-area to embedded distributed applications. This paper compares and contrasts the characteristics of key use cases and the variations in Q u o implementations that have emerged to support them. We present these variations in the context of several actual applications… CONTINUE READING
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