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Efficiency of Soap Versus JMS

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Efficiency of Soap Versus JMS
Parallel application programmers and software engineers have a variety of paradigms at their disposal. Some of the tools include traditional environments such as Parallel Virtual Machine (PVM) and Message Passing Interface (MPI). Tools that are more modern involve the World Wide Web, including Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) [1], Java Messaging Service (JMS) [2], Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA), and JavaSpaces. Java's object oriented approach proves to be a desirable platform for developing parallel distributed applications. This paper describes the benefits and expected efficiencies of using SOAP based communication compared to JMS. Key Words SOAP, JMS, Distributed Parallel Processing, WEB
Roger Eggen, Suresh Sunku
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where IC
Authors Roger Eggen, Suresh Sunku
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