Abstract: How to design distributed object-oriented systems using CORBA, using design patterns appropriate for both legacy applications and new Internet applications.
Keywords: book review, software, internet, programming, CORBA architecture, design patterns, IDL, object-oriented, computer science.
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Title: CORBA Design Patterns
Author: Thomas J. Mowbray, Raphael C. Malveau
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons
Date Published: November 1996
ISBN: 0471158828
LOCN: QA76.64.M68 1997
Dewey: 005.1 20
Pages: 329
Bibliography: 75
Figures: 73
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Executive Summary

Part I: CORBA and Design Patterns

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Object-Oriented Architecture

Chapter 3: Overview of the Design Pattern Language

Part II: Application Design Patterns

Chapter 4: Maximizing Parallelism

Chapter 5: Improving Object Implementations

Chapter 6: Modifying Client Stubs and Other Tricks

Part III: System Design Patterns

Chapter 7: Principles of Object-Oriented Architecture

Chapter 8: Fundamental Structural Patterns

Chapter 9: Advanced System Design Patterns

Chapter 10: Using OMB CORBAservices

Part IV: Enterprise Design Patterns

Chapter 11: Building an Organizational Infrastructure

Part V: Global Design Patterns

Chapter 12: Role of Open Systems

Chapter 13: Internet Design Patterns



Author:        Mowbray, Thomas J.
Title:         CORBA design patterns / Thomas J. Mowbray,
                  Raphael C. Malveau.
Published:     New York : Wiley Computer Pub., c1997.
Description:   xviii, 333 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. + 1 computer laser
                  optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
LC Call No.:   QA76.64.M68 1997
Dewey No.:     005.1 20
ISBN:          0471158828 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Notes:         System requirements for accompanying computer
                  disc: Windows 3.1 IBM-compatible computer with a least 4 MB
                  of RAM, an HTML Viewer is required to view the documents in
                  HTML format.
               Includes bibliographical references (p. 313-317)
                  and index.
Subjects:      Object-oriented programming (Computer science)
               CORBA (Computer architecture)
               Software patterns.
Other authors: Malveau, Raphael C.
Control No.:   96044734 //r98


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