Design Patterns in Communications Software

Design Patterns in Communications Software

by Linda Rising
     
 

ISBN-10: 0521790409

ISBN-13: 9780521790406

Pub. Date: 03/28/2015

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

This definitive compendium of design patterns in communication software, gathered together by Linda Rising, includes contributions by James O. Coplien, Douglas C. Schmidt, Robert Hanmer, Greg Utas, Just van den Broecke, Don Olson, Carlos O'Ryan, Christopher D. Gill, and other experts from the patterns field. Engineers and other professionals working in the field of…  See more details below

Overview

This definitive compendium of design patterns in communication software, gathered together by Linda Rising, includes contributions by James O. Coplien, Douglas C. Schmidt, Robert Hanmer, Greg Utas, Just van den Broecke, Don Olson, Carlos O'Ryan, Christopher D. Gill, and other experts from the patterns field. Engineers and other professionals working in the field of communications software development will find this unique reference extremely useful.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780521790406
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
03/28/2015
Series:
SIGS Reference Library Series, #19
Pages:
548
Product dimensions:
5.43(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.42(d)

Table of Contents

1. Fault-tolerant telecommunication system patterns; 2. Using design patterns to build a framework for multimedia networking; 3. A generative pattern language for distributed processing; 4. Bodyguard; 5. Patterns for logging diagnostic messages; 6. Pattern: half-object + protocol; 7. A pattern language for improving the capacity of reactive systems; 8. A pocket-sized broker; 9. A family of design patterns for application-level gateways; 10. A pattern language of feature interaction; 11. Managing change with patterns; 12. Design patterns in telecommunication systems; 13. Applying patterns to develop extensible ORB middleware; 14. Open Web Server: an adaptive Web server using software patterns; 15. A pattern language of call processing; 16. The design and performance of a pluggable protocols framework for object request broker middleware; 17. Object Lifetime Manager - a complementary pattern for controlling object creation and destruction; 18. A family of design patterns for flexibly configuring network services in distributed systems; 19. Abstract session, an object structural pattern; 20. An input and output pattern language; 21. Lessons from telecommunications.

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