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Construction et configuration d'applications réparties

Abstract : This work aims at studying various models for the engineering and the configuration of distributed applications. The word configuration refers here to both the identification of the software architecture, in terms of software components and communication requirements, as well as the adaptation to the available resources and the underlying constraints of the targeted distributed environment. The result of this work is at first the definition of the Olan Configuration Language (OCL) which major contributions are a mean of highlighting the application architecture, focusing on some aspects of the application dynamic behavior, a solution to the integration of heterogeneous legacy software, the configuration of the application related to the distribution concerns, such as the available resources or remote communication mechanisms. All this contribution finally aims at generating the executable image of the application. In a second hand, this work has also defined a system support that enables the remote installation and deployment of an application architecture according to the OCL specification onto a heterogeneous distributed environment.
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Luc Bellissard. Construction et configuration d'applications réparties. Réseaux et télécommunications [cs.NI]. Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble - INPG, 1997. Français. ⟨tel-00004918⟩



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