Contrasting Fragmented Objects with Uniform Transparent Object References for Distributed Programming

Abstract : The fragmented object model is compared with the more usual paradigm of uniform transparent references to objects in a distributed system. Having considered both models in terms of a variety of issues, the impact on system builders and application programmers is briefly noted. Although the fragmented object model is somewhat more powerful, in particular in its support for replicated objects, it is also more costly. The possibility of combining the two models to form a new hybrid is considered
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Peter Dickman, Mesaac Makpangou, Marc Shapiro. Contrasting Fragmented Objects with Uniform Transparent Object References for Distributed Programming. 5th workshop on ACM SIGOPS European workshop: Models and paradigms for distributed systems structuring, sigops, 1992, Mont Saint-Michel, France, France. ⟨inria-00444624⟩

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