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Distributed applications with CORBA and Java.

Distributed applications with CORBA and Java.

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The growth of the World Wide Web and the advances in high-speed network access have greatly changed existing CAD/CAE environment. The WWW has enabled us to share various distributed product data and to collaborate in the design process. An international standard for the product model data, STEP, and a standard for the distributed object technology,...

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... The byte-code is interpreted by Java interpreter and executed. Another characteristic is the mechanism of Java applet. Java applets can be downloaded in real time through Web browsers and executed on host computer automatically. Java applets make development and installation of client components easier in distributed application systems. Fig. 2 depicts mechanisms of how remote CORBA applications can be invoked in distributed application environment implemented with Java and CORBA on the ...

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