The Moby Dick architecture

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Mullender, Sape J. and Smit, Gerard J.M. and Havinga, Paul J.M. and Helme, Arne and Hartvigsen, Gunnar and Fallmyr, Terje and Stabell-Kulo, Tage and Bartoli, Alberto and Dini, Gianluca and Rizzo, Luigi and Avvenuti, Marco (1998) The Moby Dick architecture. [Report]

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Abstract:This document is deliverable II.3.1, and presents the the MobyDick architecture. The introduction outlines the main areas of use and the main characteristics of the Pocket Companion, and ends up with the overall demands we put on the architecture. In chapter 2 Quality of Service (QoS) as we use it in MobyDick QoS is presented. It gives the foundation the adaptability used in the chapters to follow. In chapter 3 an overview of the software architecture of the Pocket Companion is presented. The security architecture of the Pocket Companion is presented in chapter 4, and the consistency architecture is presented in chapter 5. In chapter 6, the system
architecture of the Pocket Companion is outlined.
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