Replicación Distribuida en Arquitecturas Software Orientadas a Aspectos Utilizando Ambientes (Distributed Replication in Aspect-Oriented Software Architectures Using Ambients)

Nour Ali (nourali@dsic.upv.es), Jennifer Perez (jeperez@dsic.upv.es), Cristobal Costa (ccosta@dsic.upv.es), Isidro Ramos (iramos@dsic.upv.es), Jose Angel Carsi (pcarsi@dsic.upv.es)


Grupo de Ingeniería del Software y Sistemas de Información, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: July 2007
Volume: 5,   Issue: 4 
ISSN: 1548-0992


Abstract:
Replication has become a fundamental requirement for distributed systems in order to avoid network overload as well as to provide fault tolerance. The objective of this work is to show how replication can be supported in an abstract and technology independent way. The work presented in this paper is called Ambient-PRISMA. Ambient-PRISMA combines PRISMA and Ambient Calculus. PRISMA is an approach for developing aspect-oriented software architectures. Ambient Calculus is a formalism that provides primitives for specifying distribution, mobility and replication. In this way, both the advantages of PRISMA and Ambient Calculus are obtained.

Index Terms:
Distributed computing, Modeling, Process algebra, Software, Software engineering   


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