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What is Java Space technology?

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Question: What is Java Space technology?

Answer: Describing shortly Java Space technology it is importantant from the beginning to say that,  Javaspace technology is based on a new model of computation called the tuplespace model and aims to overcome some of the key difficulties related to Client-Server communication.

The dominant model of computation in distributed computing is the Client-Server model.This model is based on the assumption that local procedure calls are the same as remote procedure calls.

Javaspaces overcome the problems of synchronization, latency and partial failure, inherent in distributed systems, by providing loosely coupled interactions between the components of distributed systems.

Javaspace processes communicate through a space, not than directly. Communication between processes on different physical machines is asynchronous and free from the main limitation of the traditional client/server model, when client/server communication requires simultaneous presence on network both parts - client and server.

JavaSpace technology. Sender and receiver in Java Space don't need to be synchronized and can interact when network is available...

In a distributed application, JavaSpaces technology acts as a virtual space between providers and requestors of network resources or objects. This allows participants in a distributed solution to exchange tasks, requests, and information in the form of Java technology-based objects.

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