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Software Directions for Network Centric Distributed Computing Systems

Dr. Richard E. Schantz

Dr. Joseph P. Loyall

BBN Technologies

Cambridge, Massachusetts

October 31, 2001


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Abstract:

We are moving rapidly toward a world in which the dominant computer architecture is that of network centric systems of systems, with widely distributed embedded and non-embedded components. We envision a simultaneous evolution of software environments and techniques over the next decade to better support the development of these network centric systems. This evolution will be from the current process of programming relatively static systems with centralized control to the construction of flexible systems from off-the-shelf parts – systems with decentralized control, awareness of the environments in which they are embedded, and the ability to automatically adapt and make the resource management tradeoffs appropriate to changes in those environments. These systems will be longer-lived and more robust than those enabled by today’s program from scratch, ad hoc distributed systems. The dominant technical barrier is the development of a new computational model incorporating resource aware and managed tradeoff behavior in a highly networked environment constructed through composition techniques.

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