Visual Programming of Fault-Tolerant Distributed Applications

The design of fault-tolerant distributed applications is a complex task. In addition to application functionalities, the programmer must consider issues related to both replication and distribution for every application component concerned with fault-tolerance. This paper describes an approach which combines two environments (Specs and Garf) so as to: (1) graphically design applications using high level Petri nets and (2) discharge the programmer of fault-tolerance issues.


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Proceedings of the 11th IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages
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1995
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