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Extensions to the Object Paradigm for the Development of Distributed Applications

Heuser, Lutz and Schill, Alexander and Mühlhäuser, Max :
Extensions to the Object Paradigm for the Development of Distributed Applications.
In: ACM SIGPLAN / SIGOPS Vol. 24 (1989),No. 4 pp. 111-113.
[Article] , (1989)

Abstract

Current distributed object oriented languages and systems hide distribution in general while retaining the ability to control object locations explicitly. These approaches seem adequate but are exclusively focussing on the implementation stage of a distributed application. We present a new foundation for the development of distributed object oriented applications focussing on the design stage. Its main characteristics are: all aspects of linguistic support can be introduced, special issues, especially mobility and cooperation, can be integrated, tight integration of linguistic and CASE (Computer Aided Software Engineering) support can be achieved, only one formalism is used throughout all of the above can be expressed at design level as opposed to source code level. In the paper, we will focus on two important aspects of distributed object oriented systems requiring special design support: mobility and cooperation (see below).

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 1989
Creators: Heuser, Lutz and Schill, Alexander and Mühlhäuser, Max
Title: Extensions to the Object Paradigm for the Development of Distributed Applications
Language: German
Abstract:

Current distributed object oriented languages and systems hide distribution in general while retaining the ability to control object locations explicitly. These approaches seem adequate but are exclusively focussing on the implementation stage of a distributed application. We present a new foundation for the development of distributed object oriented applications focussing on the design stage. Its main characteristics are: all aspects of linguistic support can be introduced, special issues, especially mobility and cooperation, can be integrated, tight integration of linguistic and CASE (Computer Aided Software Engineering) support can be achieved, only one formalism is used throughout all of the above can be expressed at design level as opposed to source code level. In the paper, we will focus on two important aspects of distributed object oriented systems requiring special design support: mobility and cooperation (see below).

Journal or Publication Title: ACM SIGPLAN / SIGOPS Vol. 24 (1989),No. 4
Divisions: Department of Computer Science
Department of Computer Science > Telecooperation
Date Deposited: 31 Dec 2016 12:59
Identification Number: tk43
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