Книга: Distributed operating systems

9.6.4.The Language Runtime System

9.6.4.The Language Runtime System

Normally, when programmers define objects, they define them in a special interface definition language. These definitions then are compiled into objects that can be called at run time to invoke the objects. These interface objects then decide whether invocations on remote objects will be done remotely, or the object will be migrated locally. Methods in the interface objects allow the program to control the policy used.


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