Decentralized Systems: Proceedings of the IFIP WG 10.3 Working Conference on Decentralized Systems, Lyon, France, 11-13 December, 1989
Michel Cosnard, Claude Girault
North Holland, 1990 - Computers - 451 pages
Decentralized systems have an increasing impact because they are the key to cooperation and even integration of large organizations and services. The increasing demands for computation, related distributed information and reliability have overtaken single machines, forcing the use of interconnected ones. The resulting challenges and problems are leading to new ideas, concepts and methods. The papers in this book cover a range of topics including: Communication Networks, Distributed Operating Systems, Object and Actor Oriented Systems, Logic Programming, Theoretical Models and Analysis, Parallel and Distributed Algorithms, Methodology of Parallelization, Scheduling and Load Balancing, and Performance Evaluation.
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a Distributed Object Constructor
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abstract action active actor algorithm allows analysis application approach architecture associated attributes behavior block buffer bulletin called channel command communication complex Computer concept concurrent consider consists construction contains copies corresponding defined delay depends described developed distributed systems dynamic entity entry environment evaluation example execution expression Figure formal function given global graph implementation initial input instance language load logic machine match means mechanism memory method MIDs migration node object obtained operation output packet parallel performance Petri phase possible presented problem processor properties protocol queue received reference remote represents request resource response result routing scheduling selected sending sequence server shared shows solution specification step structure synchronization task techniques termination transition units variable waiting