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    A Coordination Component Framework for Open Systems

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    Abstract. Coordination technology addresses the construction of open, flexible systems from software agents in distributed systems. Most of the work on coordination technology so far has focused on the development of special coordination languages and environments that provide the basic mechanisms for realizing the coordination layer of a distributed application. Typically each new language proposes its own set of coordination abstractions that realizes a particular paradigm for realizing coordination. Coordination problems, however, are not always well-suited to a particular paradigm. Instead of proposing a new language, we are attempting to develop an open set of software components that realize various useful coordination abstractions. We are validating our approach by developing an experimental framework of coordination components in Java and applying them to a canonical set of sample applications. We present our initial analysis of the coordination domain, and give a few examples of simple applications using the developed coordination components. 1

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    Title : A Coordination Component Framework for Open Systems
    Abstract : Abstract. Coordination technology addresses the construction of open, flexible systems from software agents in distributed systems. Most of the work on coordination technology so far has focused on the development of special coordination languages and environments that provide the basic mechanisms for realizing the coordination layer of a distributed application. Typically each new language proposes its own set of coordination abstractions that realizes a particular paradigm for realizing coordination. Coordination problems, however, are not always well-suited to a particular paradigm. Instead of proposing a new language, we are attempting to develop an open set of software components that realize various useful coordination abstractions. We are validating our approach by developing an experimental framework of coordination components in Java and applying them to a canonical set of sample applications. We present our initial analysis of the coordination domain, and give a few examples of simple applications using the developed coordination components. 1
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    Area : Computer Science
    Language : English
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