Kaffemik: Supporting a distributed JVM on a single address space architecture.
Citation:Johann Andersson, Stefan Weber, Emanuell Cechet, Christian Jensen, and Vinny Cahill., Kaffemik: Supporting a distributed JVM on a single address space architecture., Java Virtual Machine Research and Technology Symposium, April, 2001
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Java is increasingly used to develop large server applications. In order to provide powerful platforms for such applications a number of projects have proposed Java Virtual Machines (JVMs) that are based on network of workstations. These JVMs employ the message-passing paradigm, i.e. all communication between the distributed instances of the virtual machine take place using remote method invocation (RMI) or socket stream communication.
Other Titles:Java Virtual Machine Research and Technology Symposium
Type of material:Conference Paper
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