Mobility management in CORBA: A generic implementation of the lifecycle service
CORBA enables objects interaction in a transparent manner according to location and heterogeneity. However, this kind of platforms lack mobility functions. That is why we propose a solution based on a generic implementation of CORBA's LifeCycle Service. Our mechanism relies on intermediary objects that are used to encapsulate mobility management.
KeywordsCORBA LifeCycle Service mobile object proxy
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