CCS: CORBA-based conferencing service
An efficient conferencing service facilitates the implementation and the run-time control of conference applications. Key features of a conferencing service are conference management, multicast communication support, application state synchronization and user data marshalling. The paper defines a conferencing service to fulfil the requirements of conferencing applications. An object model of the service is defined and implemented using the CORBA distributed platform. The conference control protocol, which is used for our conferencing service, is introduced together with architecture of our implementation.
KeywordsState Synchronization Resource Request Multicast Protocol Multicast Communication Conference Management
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