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More Eecient Serialization and Rmi for Java

@inproceedings{Philippsen2000MoreES,
  title={More Eecient Serialization and Rmi for Java},
  author={Michael Philippsen and Bernhard Haumacher},
  year={2000}
}
In current Java implementations, Remote Method Invocation (RMI) is too slow, especially for high performance computing. RMI is designed for wide-area and high-latency networks, it is based on a slow object serialization, and it does not support high-performance communication networks. The paper demonstrates that a much faster drop-in RMI and an e cient drop-in serialization can be designed and implemented completely in Java without any native code. Moreover, the re-designed RMI supports nonTCP… 

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