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Incremental Replication for Mobility Support in OBIWAN

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Incremental Replication for Mobility Support in OBIWAN
The need for sharing is well known in a large number of distributed collaborative applications. These applications are difficult to develop for wide area (possibly mobile) networks because of slow and unreliable connections. For this purpose, we developed a platform called OBIWAN1 that: i) allows the application to decide, in run-time, the mechanism by which objects should be invoked, remote method invocation or invocation on a local replica, ii) allows incremental replication of large object graphs, iii) allows the creation of dynamic clusters of data, and iv) provides hooks for the application programmer to implement a set of application specific properties such as relaxed transactional support or updates dissemination. These mechanisms allow an application to deal with situations that frequently occur in a (mobile) wide-area network, such as disconnections and slow links: i) as long as objects needed by an application (or by an agent) are colocated, there is no need to be connect...
Luís Veiga, Paulo Ferreira
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Type Conference
Year 2002
Where ICDCS
Authors Luís Veiga, Paulo Ferreira
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