Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/60198
Type: Conference paper
Title: A model of location transparency
Author: Falkner, K.
Citation: Proceedings of The 7th IDEA International Workshop, 2000: pp.24-28
Publisher: The University of Adelaide
Publisher Place: Adelaide, Australia
Issue Date: 2000
Conference Name: IDEA International Workshop (7th : 2000 : Victor Harbor, Australia)
Statement of
Responsibility: 
Katrina E.K. Falkner
Abstract: Location transparency removes the need for client objects to explicitly know or define the location of a server object when communicating. If a server object is capable of migration, relocation transparency maintains reference validity throughout the migration. Several models for providing location transparency exist, including the home location, forwarding locations and Stub-Scion Pair chain models. This paper proposes a model that uses a distributed registry system and dynamic reference updating to provide location and relocation transparency. A comparison of the models is presented.
Rights: Copyright status unknown
RMID: 0001001723
Published version: http://www.dhpc.adelaide.edu.au/reports/093/abs-093.html
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