[Software] Murphy, A.L. and Picco, G.P. and Roman, G.C.
Full text not available from this archive.
Lime is a Java-based middleware that provides a coordination layer that can be exploited for designing applications which exhibit either logical or physical mobility. It is based on Linda, a shared memory computing model developed in the mid 1980's at Yale University, which simplifies distributed computing. The makers' idea is to provide the simple Linda model of coordination in the mobile environment. The result of our investigation is Lime: Linda in a Mobile environment.
Application Areas: Infrastructure
Archive Staff Only: edit this record