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Coordination Languages and Models

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 69 From weaving threads to untangling the web: A view of coordination from Linda's perspective
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    Chapter 70 Exposing the skeleton in the coordination closet
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    Chapter 71 Design for open systems in Java
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    Chapter 72 Checking assumptions in component dynamics at the architectural level
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    Chapter 73 Security benefits from software architecture
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    Chapter 74 Regulated coordination in open distributed systems
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    Chapter 75 Debugging distributed applications using a coordination architecture
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    Chapter 76 Coordinating durative actions
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    Chapter 77 Communication-passing style for coordination languages
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    Chapter 78 Software architecture for large control systems: A case study description
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    Chapter 79 Evaluation of software architectures for a control system: A case study
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    Chapter 80 Modeling railway control systems using graph grammars: A case study
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    Chapter 81 On what Linda is: Formal description of Linda as a reactive system
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    Chapter 82 Three semantics of the output operation for generative communication
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    Chapter 83 Coordinating mobile agents via blackboards and access rights
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    Chapter 84 Modeling coordination via asynchronous communication
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    Chapter 85 Partial order and SOS semantics for linear constraint programs
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    Chapter 86 Programmable coordination media
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    Chapter 87 Safer tuple spaces
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    Chapter 88 Coordinating action systems
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    Chapter 89 Approximating unity
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    Chapter 90 Mobile UNITY coordination constructs applied to packet forwarding for mobile hosts
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    Chapter 91 From layer to layer — object-oriented protocol refinement in kannel
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    Chapter 92 An asynchronous model of locality, failure, and process mobility
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    Chapter 93 A component calculus for modeling the Olan configuration language
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    Chapter 94 A coordination model for distributed object systems
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    Chapter 95 Coordination patterns for parallel computing
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    Chapter 96 Concurrent Metatem as a coordination language
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    Chapter 97 Control-based coordination of human and other activities in cooperative information systems
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    Chapter 98 Using asynchronous tuple-space access primitives (Bonita primitives) for process co-ordination
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    Chapter 99 Berlinda: An object-oriented platform for implementing coordination languages in Java
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Title
Coordination Languages and Models
Published by
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, August 1997
DOI 10.1007/3-540-63383-9
ISBNs
978-3-54-063383-9, 978-3-54-069527-1
Editors

Garlan, David, Métayer, Daniel

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Italy 1 50%
Unknown 1 50%

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Readers by professional status Count As %
Professor 1 50%
Student > Ph. D. Student 1 50%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Computer Science 2 100%