Using SDL for targeting services to CORBA
The work presented in the paper has been performed in the RACE project SCORE. The paper addresses the step from designing a service to implementing it and executing it on a target platform. It is shown how SDL can be used as a design language for service descriptions and how SDL service descriptions automatically can be translated into C++ service implementations complying with the Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA).
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