Item description for Engineering Distributed Objects: Second International Workshop, EDO 2000 Davis, CA, USA, November 2-3, 2000 Revised Papers (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by Wolfgang Emmerich...
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Engineering Distributed Objects, EDO 2000, held in November 2000 in Davis, California, USA. The 15 revised full papers presented together with session surveys were carefully reviewed and selected from 30 submissions. The book presents topical sections on middleware selection, resource management, architectural reasoning, distributed communication, advanced transactions, and service integration.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.3" Width: 6.1" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Mar 26, 2001
ISBN 3540417923 ISBN13 9783540417927
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More About Wolfgang Emmerich
Wolfgang Emmerich currently resides in London. Wolfgang Emmerich has an academic affiliation as follows - London Univ. London University London University London University Lon.
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Great introduction to distributed programming Nov 9, 2005
I took a university class on distributed programming this year that required this book. I found it a great introduction and even a comprehensive overview of COM, RMI, and especially CORBA. However, if you're looking for code examples and step-by-step howto using a particular language, you won't find much of it in this book. Distributed programming concepts are covered quite extensively, but one of the core fundamental principles of distributed programming is heterogeneity, both hardware and software. Thus, this books takes a more abstract view of distributed programming than a "Here's how to do it in Java..." or "Here's how to do it in C++..."
Important New Book in Distributed Systems Development Jun 22, 2000
This book covers an area of increasing importance, ie the design and implementation of modern distributed object systems. It combines details of the technologies, eg. CORBA and COM, with design notations and issues, eg. UML and scalability. As such, it fills a very important gap in the market and deserves to be successful. I know of no other book that tackes these issues in the same coherent manner.
I have been teaching these topics for the last three years on undergraduate and postgraduate courses, and have had to use a variety of different literature resouces. This book now provides me with an excellent core text - well written and presented, with good explanations of complex issues.
Many thanks, Wolfgang. I can thoroughly recommend this book to teachers and researchers in this area.
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