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Developing distributed virtual machines for the tri-integration-pattern based platform (TIPBP)

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Virtual machine is a concept that has been used frequently in the computing world to solve different problems. It plays an important role that is continuing to extend the abilities of computer systems. In this paper, the concept of virtual machine is put into practice within tri-integration pattern based platform (TIPBP) in order to facilitate component assembly and application extension. The distributed virtual machines development aims to improve the performance of TIPBP. The paper presents the relationship between the distributed virtual machines and TIPBP, and details how to design the virtual machines at both server side and client side.

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IEEE International Workshop on Service-Oriented System Engineering (SOSE'05)

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20-21 Oct. 2005