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Title: An information flow architecture for Global Smart Spaces
Authors: Dearle, Alan
Kirby, Graham
McCarthy, Andrew
Diaz y Carballo, Juan-Carlos
Keywords: cs.DC
Distributed, parallel, and cluster computing
QA76 Computer software
Issue Date: 13-Nov-2003
Citation: Dearle , A , Kirby , G , McCarthy , A & Diaz y Carballo , J-C 2003 , An information flow architecture for Global Smart Spaces . Global Smart Spaces Project IST-2000-26070 Report , no. D15 , University of St Andrews .
Series/Report no.: Global Smart Spaces Project IST-2000-26070 Report
Abstract: In this paper we describe an architecture which: Permits the deployment and execution of components in appropriate geographical locations. Provides security mechanisms that prevent misuse of the architecture. Supports a programming model that is familiar to application programmers. Permits installed components to share data. Permits the deployed components to communicate via communication channels. Provides evolution mechanisms permitting the dynamic rearrangement of inter-connection topologies the components that they connect. Supports the specification and deployment of distributed component deployments.
Version: Preprint
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10023/1742
Type: Report
Publisher: University of St Andrews
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