A Network of Objects: How to Lower Your Computing Costs and Improve Your Applications Delivery

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Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1995 - Client/server computing - 326 pages
A Network of Objects combines the benefits of client/server computing with the power of object-oriented programming to provide a new model for developing object-oriented applications that eliminate the barriers that hinder most client/server networks today. This book also provides information on the technologies and products that are shaping the corporate computing environment, as well as strategies for making a smooth transition to client/server architecture.

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The Network Computing Model
The ObjectOriented Model
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