Proceedings PaperDesigning for change: lessons and questions in object network design
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The Jini architecture presents a new opportunity for network designs: Network services are real objects, not remotely accessible objects. Sometimes we call this Objects in the network instead of objects on the network. This opens new questions in network service designs, such as how to design a service interface that allows the most network implementation strategies, or how one recovers from partial failures, or handles non-global time. This talk will deploy some questions of interest, discuss some answers or possible insights, and lay out some areas for future discussion and research. This paper presumes a basic knowledge of the Jini architects.