By R. Soenen, G. J. Olling (eds.)

ISBN-10: 0387348344

ISBN-13: 9780387348346

ISBN-10: 1504129296

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Additionally, the progress of the OMG standardization affords allows to expect standard bindings for many programming languages and storage mechanisms. -o_->=- o 0 oooCO 0 DISTRIBUTED DATA DTCTIONARY Federated Schemata Mediator Characteristics Neutral Process Model Product Data Structures CORBA Integration Facilities Operating Systems Figure 13. 6. EXPECrED ADV ANfAGES The integration system described in this paper has a number of advantages in comparison to standard approaches based on direct application interfaces or common databases.

Figure 11. Mediators pool 1 2 Principally we distinguish between two general types of mediators: atomic mediators (mediators which for performing their own functionality do not need other mediators), composed mediators (mediators which involve other ones to perform their own functionality). The mediators perform different kinds of tasks, thus there are different logical layers where they resist: basic manipulation layer (focusing, pruning, fusion, and reduction of 1 information), resource management layer (supporting the usage optimization of accessible 2 SW and HW resources), direct interfacing layer (highest level of tasks, these mediators are 'visible' 3 for applications - application interface mediators - and/or users - user interface mediators).

For generation, combination and management of the feature geometry is done by the geometric modeller. In the current implementation the geometric modelling kernel ACIS [BRA 88] is used for these tasks. To preserve the independence of the feature modeller from the geometrical modeller a functional interface was implemented that makes it possible to define and use functions of other application modules as part of the POOL stock of functions at runtime. To this end a standardized interface was defined for calling the functions of external modules.

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