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Duplication et cohérence configurables dans les applications réparties à base de composants

Abstract : This thesis focuses on replication and consistency configuration in distributed applications. It aims to define configuration mechanisms that do not impose modifications to the business code of applications and that allow reuse of replication and consistency management code. The first point responds to the need to execute applications in different contexts. The second point allows replication protocols to be used in different applications. The thesis objectives are considered in the case of component-based applications. Non intrusive replication configuration is based on the separation between the components' business code and their system code. Replication code reuse is achieved through modeling of protocols in terms of application-independent components. The proposed models for programming, composition and execution of protocols and applications are validated using a Java prototype implementation. We measure the cost of our replication management and analyze the way its principles can be applied to the EJB and CCM environments. We show the configuration and reuse facilities of our prototype through several experiments involving different applications, as well as different replication protocols.
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Vania Marangozova. Duplication et cohérence configurables dans les applications réparties à base de composants. Réseaux et télécommunications [cs.NI]. Université Joseph-Fourier - Grenoble I, 2003. Français. ⟨tel-00004374⟩



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