TITLE

Introducing an Efficient Programming Paradigm for Object-Oriented Distributed Systems

AUTHOR(S)
Udayakumar, R.; Kumaravel, A.; Rangarajan, K.
PUB. DATE
May 2013
SOURCE
Indian Journal of Science & Technology;May2013, Vol. 6 Issue 5 Supp., p4596
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Implementing a distributed process using object oriented programming is challenging especially for clusters of nodes ensuring the availability. Java happens to be well suited for writing object oriented programs for applications which needs modularity and high degree of cohesion [2]. In this paper our objective is to propose appropriate programming paradigms for loosely coupled distributed and object-oriented systems with a specific focus on parallel programming and client-server object computing. We select a prototype tool made based on the research outcome as found in [1] for this purpose. This research prototype tool 'Vishwa' provides a very good starting point for graduate students, engineers and scientists in academia, industry and government to present their tasks using the aspects of parallel and distributed computing. The learning curve is shorter in the domain of grid due to the simplicity in deploying and processing with this tool. We also demonstrate with a case study for bringing out the easiness in splitting the given job into subtasks and executed in this type of grid environment.
ACCESSION #
87991866

 

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