Object-Oriented Components for High-speed Network Programming

@inproceedings{Schmidt1995ObjectOrientedCF,
  title={Object-Oriented Components for High-speed Network Programming},
  author={Douglas C. Schmidt and Timothy H. Harrison},
  booktitle={COOTS},
  year={1995}
}
This paper makes two contributions to the development and evaluation of object-oriented communication software. First, it reports performance results from benchmarking several network programming mechanisms (such as sockets and CORBA) on Ethernet and ATM networks. These results illustrate that developers of high-bandwidth, low-delay applications (such as interactive medical imaging or teleconferencing) must evaluate their performance requirements and the efficiency of their communication… CONTINUE READING

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