The Jini Architecture for Network-Centric Computing

@article{Waldo1999TheJA,
  title={The Jini Architecture for Network-Centric Computing},
  author={Jim Waldo},
  journal={Commun. ACM},
  year={1999},
  volume={42},
  pages={76-82}
}
Jini technology assumes a changing network, in terms of both the components that make up the network and the way these components interact. Networks are generally long-lived entities that, as they grow to include ever-larger populations of users and machines, become increasingly difficult to upgrade as a single entity. That’s why the Jini architecture is designed around support for incrementally upgrading network components (hardware and software) [9]. So, for example, installing a 
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