Clustering in object-oriented distributed system integrating multimedia resources
Our research examines two central problems germane to clustering in an emerging class of object-oriented distributed multimedia interactive applications that manage complex data: how to cluster data that has complex structure and are subject to non-traditional types of access methods, and how to adapt physical database organizations, on-line, according to the access patterns being observed. We introduce a distributed system which provides extensible as well as integrated environments for users and application programs to access and combine distributed resources conveniently. On the other hand, in this kind of distributed environments, the numbers and types of data available to users are being expanded, users may have troubles to access and manipulate these data. Therefore, it is necessary to use an uniform method to manage these distributed resources and to provide convenient and integrated high level services to the users.
KeywordsMultimedia Data Video Object Composite Object Multimedia Object Remote Object
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