Formal specification of CORBA-based distributed objects and behaviors

@article{Ngolah2005FormalSO,
  title={Formal specification of CORBA-based distributed objects and behaviors},
  author={Cyprian F. Ngolah and Yingxu Wang},
  journal={Fourth IEEE Conference on Cognitive Informatics, 2005. (ICCI 2005).},
  year={2005},
  pages={331-339}
}
A distributed object system consists of a set of objects that interact by invoking services to one another. For successful cooperation between these objects, they must have capabilities that enable them to represent, use and share information. Existing middleware technologies define the remote object classes in terms of their interfaces only and do not give any semantic or behavioral specifications of the remote objects resident in clients and servers. This paper formalizes the behavior of… CONTINUE READING

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