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Don't even ask. I'm right in the middle of things, and I will not be able to complete the Jacket stuff right now ...

gskc [2001-03-22 23:40:04]
Don't even ask. I'm right in the middle of things, and I will not be able to complete the Jacket stuff right now ...
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  7. <H1><FONT COLOR="#660066" FACE="Century Gothic, Arial, Helvetica">Worklets</FONT></H1>
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  12. <TD VALIGN="TOP" WIDTH="170" BGCOLOR="#83cbe2"><B>Category(ies):</B></TD>
  13. <TD>System Composition/Adaptation (Evolution, Adaptors/Wrappers,
  14. Configuration Management), Probe/Gauges (Dynamic Analysis &amp;
  15. Tuning), General Support/Infrastructure (Programming Environments,
  16. Information Management, Network Management)</TD>
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  19. <TD VALIGN="TOP" WIDTH="170" BGCOLOR="#83cbe2"><B>Institution/Company:</B></TD>
  20. <TD>Columbia University Programming Systems Laboratory</TD>
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  23. <TD VALIGN="TOP" WIDTH="170" BGCOLOR="#83cbe2"><B>Description:</B></TD>
  24. <TD>Worklets were originally designed as workflow mobile agents,
  25. but have been expanded to other applications. The Worklets system
  26. is designed as a mobile code infrastructure intended for dynamic
  27. re-configuration of third-party systems. Instead of bringing
  28. down entire components of a distributed system at runtime for
  29. recompilation, worklets carrying Java mobile code can be injected
  30. transparently into system components for incremental adaptation.
  31. Host components must include, or be wrapped with, a generic worklet
  32. virtual machine and host-specific adapter exposing indigenous
  33. reconfiguration capabilities.</TD>
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  36. <TD VALIGN="TOP" WIDTH="170" BGCOLOR="#83cbe2"><B>For more information:</B></TD>
  37. <TD><A HREF="mailto:worklets@cs.columbia.edu">worklets@cs.columbia.edu</A>,
  38. <A HREF="http://www.psl.cs.columbia.edu/Worklets/">http://www.psl.cs.columbia.edu/Worklets/</A></TD>
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  41. <TD VALIGN="TOP" WIDTH="170" BGCOLOR="#83cbe2"><B>Assumptions:</B></TD>
  42. <TD><B>System Requirement: </B>Java 1.3</TD>
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  45. <TD VALIGN="TOP" WIDTH="170" BGCOLOR="#83cbe2"><B>Status:</B></TD>
  46. <TD>Research Prototype</TD>
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  49. <TD VALIGN="TOP" WIDTH="170" BGCOLOR="#83cbe2"><B>Availability:</B></TD>
  50. <TD>Download from <A HREF="http://www.psl.cs.columbia.edu/software/download/">http://www.psl.cs.columbia.edu/software/download/</A>
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  54. <TD VALIGN="TOP" WIDTH="170" BGCOLOR="#83cbe2"><B>See also:</B></TD>
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