Design Paradigm
                                    Code Mobility

                                          (A.Barletta -...
Introduction
• Open Software Foundation defines distributed
  computing as ”computing that involves the
  cooperation of t...
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
Network Paradigms And Mobile Code
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Network Paradigms And Mobile Code

  1. 1. Design Paradigm Code Mobility (A.Barletta - DAB Group) “Independence of the design paradigm from the underlying technology is a major point in general software engineering practice” “Designing Distributed applications with Mobile Code Paradigms” - A. Carzaniga, G.P. Picco, G. Vigna -
  2. 2. Introduction • Open Software Foundation defines distributed computing as ”computing that involves the cooperation of two or more machines communicating over a network. The machines participating in the system can range from personal computers to supercomputers; the network can connect machines in one building or on different continents”.

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