LaCOLLA: Middleware for Self-Sufficient Online Collaboration

Abstract : The LaCOLLA middleware makes it possible for collaborators to interact using their own resources and not depend on a centralized regime. By contributing their own resources, group members can organize and communicate using a federated peer-to-peer model. Utilizing LaCOLLA middleware, the group can function regardless of whether a member removes resources and despite network or node failures or disconnection. This capacity for self-organization, together with location transparency, lets application developers create self-sufficient applications for collaborative activity. LaCOLLA overcomes the limitations of traditional clientserver architectures by supporting self-sufficiency, availability, and self-organization. ( )
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Internet Computing, 2007, 11(2), pp.56-64. 〈10.1109/MIC.2007.43〉
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Joan Manuel Marquès, Xavier Vilajosana, Thanasis Daradoumis, Leandro Navarro. LaCOLLA: Middleware for Self-Sufficient Online Collaboration. Internet Computing, 2007, 11(2), pp.56-64. 〈10.1109/MIC.2007.43〉. 〈hal-00190803〉



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