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000052570 245__ $$aDistributed Reliable Object-Oriented Programming (DROOP)
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000052570 520__ $$aThe Simple Object-Oriented Concurrent Programming (SCOOP) model proposed by Bertrand Meyer and illustrated through the Eiffel programming language is a simple yet powerful model for concurrent programming. In this paper, we analyze the applicability of the SCOOP model to physically distributed systems manifesting transient and permanent failures. We suggest additions to the basic SCOOP model in order to cope with such failures, coining the term Distributed Reliable Object-Oriented Programming (DROOP).
000052570 6531_ $$aDROOP
000052570 700__ $$aEugster, Patrick Th.
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