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Selecting the best object-oriented programming language for developing Distributed Computing Systems

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2 Author(s)
Aldrawiesh, K. ; De Montfort Univ., Leicester, UK ; Al-Ajlan, A.

Web Services Technology, as a Distributed Computing System, is the next thread in the development of the Internet; it allows active objects to be located on Websites, offering distributed services to potential clients. The most crucial benefit of Web services is interaction machine-to-machine. Web services allow applications to be integrated more quickly, easily and cheaply. Web services provide interoperation between different software applications and object-oriented programming languages, running on many platforms. The object-oriented programming languages, which are being used by students, teachers and professionals, have been designed and rapidly promoted by their developers, researchers and interested companies. So, in this paper we will focus on the principles of differentiating between object-oriented programming languages by comparing their criteria and features. The main point of this article is to compare, analyse, explore, investigate and discuss the issues and measurements of these languages, which have proven to be a powerful resource in assisting humans in many and various applications. In addition, we show the capabilities of these languages; this should help those trying to appreciate their technical differences and similarities.

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Computer Engineering & Systems, 2009. ICCES 2009. International Conference on

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14-16 Dec. 2009