Java remote method invocation

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  • Improving The Safe Operation Of Steel Manufacturing System And Controlling And Monitoring Coolant Temperature

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    Ensuring and keeping the safe operation in steel manufacturing system and controlling and monitoring coolant temperature in nuclear reactors are the examples of safety critical systems. The COTS (commercial-off-the-shelf) technologies well suitable for two or three tier distributed systems and significantly increased the system affordability. However, the incorporation of COTS in mission-critical DRE systems only addresses minimizing early nonrecurring costs and not fit for minimizing recurring costs

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Comrba

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    which enables the client to invoke methods on remote objects at the server of the language the objects have been written in, and also their location. CORBA is a competing systems technology that offers greater portability. CORBA isn’t tied to one language and to a single platform. CORBA services are described by an interface, which is written in the IDL. CORBA allows objects to make requests of remote objects, and allows data to be passed between two remote systems. CORBA only allows primitive

  • Virtual Class Room

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    VIRTUAL CLASS ROOM ABSTRACT Education over the Internet is the latest concept in spreading education to every one. The conveniences of learning on line are numerous. Students and those interested in learning over the computer and can choose their own timing that is convenient to them and the classes can be taken at their own place. This Virtual Classroom System is designed in such a way that the student i.e. client can communicate with the server

  • Analysis Of The Original Version Of Java

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    History of Java. In 1991, Sun Microsystems has a project to develop a program which is designed for interactive televisions such as cable boxes. Then they started a team called Green and wanted to develop in such a way it could run on any hardware devices, should be hardware independent. Under the supervision on James Gosling the green team able to develop and named as OAK. Since the name OAK was already existed in programming language, they finally named it as JAVA. Since there is a huge popularity

  • Ip Delivery For Fpgas Using Applets And Jhdl

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    Paper Summary The paper, “IP Delivery for FPGAs Using Applets and JHDL”, describes the use of Java applets in order to provide IP (Intellectual Property) based FPGA delivery and evaluation. As IP-based FPGA approach has significant advantages such as it improves the productivity/quality, and reduce design time. FPGA IP uses Java applets that allow designers to create, evaluate, test and obtain circuits, and that too has to be done within a web browser. Several other approaches have been introduced

  • Java Language : An Object Oriented Programming

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    Java language is simple. Java language syntax and the C language and C ++ language is very close, so most programmers are easy to learn and use Java. On the other hand, Java discarded rarely used in C ++, it is difficult to understand, confusing those features, such as operator overloading, multiple inheritance, automatic casts. In particular, Java language does not use pointers, and provides automatic garbage collection, so programmers do not have to worry about memory management. Java is an object-oriented

  • Java Web Services Technologies: Java API for XML Web Services (JAX-WS) and Java API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS)

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    services. The Java platform provides the XML and RESTful APIs and tools needed to quickly design, develop, test, and deploy web services and clients that fully interoperate with other web services and clients running on Java-based or non-Java-based platforms. REST (Representational State Transfer) is an architectural style

  • Object Oriented Programming

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    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (JAVA) IN INTERVIEWS 1)What is OOPs? Ans: Object oriented programming organizes a program around its data,i.e.,objects and a set of well defined interfaces to that data.An object-oriented program can be characterized as data controlling access to code. 2)what is the difference between Procedural and OOPs? Ans: a) In procedural program, programming logic follows certain procedures and the instructions are executed one after another. In OOPs program, unit of program

  • Examples Of Service Oriented Architecture

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    SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE S.KALAIARASAN 3RD BSC [C.S] “B” Email ID:arasank68@gmail.com K.C.S KASI NADAR COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE ABSTRACT:- A Service Oriented Architecture is essentially a collection of services. These services communicate with each other. The communication can involve either simple data passing or it could involve two or more services coordinating some activity. INTRODUCTION:- Service oriented architectures are not

  • Tools Used For Data Modeling And Predictive Analysis

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    Charlotte Charlotte, NC, U.S.A ABSTRACT Weka (Waikato Environment for Knowledge Analysis) is a collection of machine learning algorithms developed on Java platform by University of Waikato, New Zealand. It is a data analyzing tool used for data modeling and predictive analysis. It is licensed under GNU General Public License. As it is implemented in Java it is platform independent. It is a comprehensive collection of various data preprocessing and modeling techniques. Some of the operations performed

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