Distribution Strategies for Persistent Java

@inproceedings{Spence1996DistributionSF,
  title={Distribution Strategies for Persistent Java},
  author={Susan Spence},
  year={1996}
}
Some of the features of the model of distribution which has already been proposed for PJava are considered in detail in this paper. Focus is put on global naming, support for a large degree of autonomy of stores, the setting of conditions on remote use of objects and the use of timeouts in the management of remote references. Use is made of a running example to illustrate how a programmer would utilise such distribution support and to bring out some of the issues which need to be considered in… CONTINUE READING

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