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Construction of Distributed Object Group Framework and Its Execution Analysis Using Distributed Application Simulation

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Construction of Distributed Object Group Framework and Its Execution Analysis Using Distributed Application Simulation
The Distributed Object Group Framework(DOGF) we constructed supports the grouping of distributed objects that are required for distributed application. From the DOGF, we manage distributed application as a logical single view by applying the concept of object group, therefore the framework can provide distributed transparency for client’ request and binding service between/among objects. The DOGF also has an adaptive structure for supporting given application’s features. For that reason, we adapted the object registry policy, the security policy, the load balancing policy, and the real-time policy to our framework. For using practically the DOGF on distributed environment, we developed the Defence System against Invading Enemy Planes(DSIEP) as a simulation program that is the distributed application with real-time properties. From all of results obtained via the DSIEP simulation on the DOGF, we verified whether the DOGF supports the adaptability of distributed services and the func...
Chang-Sun Shin, Chang-Won Jeong, Su-Chong Joo
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where EUC
Authors Chang-Sun Shin, Chang-Won Jeong, Su-Chong Joo
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