Accepted Pattern Papers
This page contains CPD patterns that will be reviewed at the OOPSLA
'95 workshop on design patterns for concurrent, parallel, and
distributed object-oriented systems.
to see some more examples of patterns for concurrent,
distributed, and parallel systems.
- Composite Messages: A Structural
Pattern for Communication between Components Aamod Sane and Roy
Campbell, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
- Object Group: an Object
Behavioral Pattern for Fault-Tolerance and Group Communication in
Distributed Systems by Silvano Maffeis, Dept. of Computer Science,
- The Broker Architectural Framework by
Michael Stal, SIEMENS AG Corporate Research & Development.
- The Pipeline Design Pattern Gabe
Beged-Dov et al., Rogue Wave
Managing Continuous Data Feed with
Subscriber/Publisher Pattern Raman Kannan
(email@example.com), Monmouth University
Storage: A Pattern for Reducing Locking Overhead in Concurrent
Programs by Tim Harrison and Douglas C. Schmidt, Washington
University, St. Louis.
- Private Thread: A Software Pattern for
the Implementation of Autonomic Object Behavior John Gilbert,
- Recoverable Distributor: A Design
Pattern for Fault-Tolerant Sharing in Distributed Computing Nayeem
Islam and Murphy Devarokonda, IBM T. J. Watson Labs.
- Local Serialization Pattern by Antonio Rito Silva,
INESC/IST Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal.
- Simple Buffered Collection and Buffered
Iterator Patterns by Phil Brooks, Mentor Graphics Corporation.
- Using Replication for Distribution:
Patterns for Efficient Updating by Charles Weir, Object Designers
- Warden: A Pattern for Object
Distribution by Fernando Das Neves and Alejandra Garrido, LIFIA,
La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
- Design Patterns for Binding in
Distributed Systems Steve Crane, Jeff Magee, Nat Pryce, Department
of Computing, Imperial College, London
- Reference Indirection Chris Tarr,
ObjectSpace (this paper does print, though it doesn't seem to render
itself correctly within GNU ghostview!).
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