Verteilte betriebswirtschaftliche Standardsoftware in heterogenen Umgebungen

@inproceedings{Reichwein1995VerteilteBS,
  title={Verteilte betriebswirtschaftliche Standardsoftware in heterogenen Umgebungen},
  author={Georg Reichwein},
  booktitle={GI Jahrestagung},
  year={1995}
}
Die fur eine Standardsoftware im Unix-Markt unverzichtbaren Eigenschaften der Plattform-Unabhangigkeit und Aufwartskompatibilitat stellen spezielle Anforderungen an ein allgemeines Konzept zur Verteilung betrieblicher Informationssysteme. Fur die verteilte Variante seiner Standardsoftware Mega/WWS nutzt Quantum ein objektorientiertes Datenmodell, welches eine abstrakte, formale Sicht der heterogenen Systemkomponenten bietet. Das technische Konzept ist unabhangig vom Bestehen einer permanenten… 

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