Non-functional Replication Management in the Corba Component Model
Component-based programming is a promising approach to distributed application development . It encourages software reuse and promotes the separation (as in aspect-oriented programming) between the components’ business implementations and the code managing the used system services. One system service of particular importance to the distributed computing domain is replication.
KeywordsConsistency Management Deployment Model Cache System Consistency Link Consistency Protocol
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