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Editors: Kühn, Eva
Book Description:
This special issue aims to direct attention to the great potential offered by virtual shared memory (VSM) on distributed hardware architectures. Industry has not yet exploited the advantages offered by VSM­based tools. This is particularly surprising for two reasons: firstly, much research in this area has been published. Secondly, existing client/server­based technologies obviously do not fully satisfy all needs of robust distributed applications. Asymmetric application architectures predominate the market. They do not exhibit the advantages offered by distribution: better performance, reliability, and availability through replication of resources and services. In order to overcome these deficiencies, multi­tier architectures have been introduced to avoid the server bottleneck.
Is it only a matter of time and experience before VSM replaces the message­passing­oriented client/server style which, like the relational model, might succeed as the conceptually superior model, although initially considered too inefficient? Another perspective would be a sensible co­existence of both paradigms, where each enhances the other. VSM could help to overcome the replication deficiencies, whereas distributed object standards like CORBA could offer the necessary vendor interoperability.

Table of Contents:
Guest Editors’ Introduction (eva Kühn); A Case for Virtual Distributed Objects (Randall L. Hyde and Brett D. Fleisch); MAGNET: A Virtual Shared Tuplespace Resource Manager (Patty Kostkova and Tim Wilkinson); Performance Visualization for Distributed Shared Memory Systems (James E. Lumpp, Jr., Kuppuswamy Sivakumar, Christopher Diaz and James N. Griffioen); The CARPET Programming Environment for Solving Scientific Problems on Parallel Computers (Giandomenico Spezzano and Domenico Talia); Delayed Frame Transmission Schemes for MPEG Videos in a Real-Time Network (Joseph Kee-Yin Ng and Victor Chung-sing Lee); Parallel Simulation of Traffic in Geneva using Cellular Automata (Alexandre Dupuis and Bastien Chopard); Index

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2001
   ISBN: 1-59033-101-X
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