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Component-based peer-to-peer distributed processing in heterogeneous networks using JavaPorts

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3 Author(s)
E. S. Manolakos ; Electr. & Comput. Eng. Dept., Boston Univ., MA, USA ; D. G. Galatopoullos ; A. Funk

One of the main advantages of the Java programming language is that the source code can be executed in any type of machine or embedded system that implements a Java Virtual Machine (JVM). The JavaPorts (JP)framework adds another level of portability by extending this capability to multi-threaded distributed applications consisting of many concurrent and interacting components. In this paper we primarily, discuss the aspects of the JavaPorts framework that pertain to the generation and reuse of components. We discuss how a distributed JP application is defined, using a Task Graph abstraction, and then captured and represented internally as an AMTP tree data structure. We present a suite of tools designed to help in simplifying the application development process. We explain how the JP graphical user interface can be used to assemble distributed applications by combining new and existing reusable software components

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Network Computing and Applications, 2001. NCA 2001. IEEE International Symposium on

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2001