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Linguistic support for distributed programming abstractions

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3 Author(s)
C. H. Damm ; Microsoft Bus. Solutions, Vedb, Denmark ; P. T. Eugster ; R. Guerraoui

We contribute to addressing context of Java and the type-based publish/subscribe (TPS) abstraction, an object-oriented variant of the publish/subscribe paradigm. We present an experience that compares implementations of TPS in (1) a variant of Java we designed to inherently support TPS, (2) standard Java, and (3) Java augmented with genericity. We derive from our implementation experience general observations on what features a programming language should support in order to enable a satisfactory library implementation of TPS, and finally, also alternative abstractions. In particular, we (re-) insist here on the importance of providing genericity and reflective features in the language, and point out the very fact that current efforts towards providing such features are still insufficient.

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Distributed Computing Systems, 2004. Proceedings. 24th International Conference on

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