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Development of distributed self-adaptive instrumentation networks using Jini technology

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5 Author(s)
Dricot, J.-M. ; Service d''Electr. Gen., Univ. Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium ; De Doncker, P. ; Dierickx, M. ; Grenez, F.
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This paper describes a client-server architecture for the creation of dynamic and self-adaptive instrumentation over the network, either local or the Internet. The proposed solution allows multiuser, multi-instrument sessions by the means of a new cooperative concept known as Jini. Client applications take advantage of this system-independent technology by using the Java programming language

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Virtual and Intelligent Measurement Systems, 2001, IEEE International Workshop on. VIMS 2001

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2001