Re: XML "tuple spaces" alpha technology demonstrated
On Wednesday 26 December 2001 08:15 pm, Champion, Mike wrote: > Definitely, because they're both based on David Gelertner's original idea > of "tuple spaces". Your should read the book "Mirror Worlds" and visit the company (www.mirrorworlds.com or www.scopeware.com). You can also visit the Linda web site http://www.cs.yale.edu/Linda/linda.html > Ruple and other "XML spaces" systems > exchange small XML documents, providing application independence, platform > independence, and vendor neutrality while leveraging HTTP/SMTP/FTP/etc as > well as XPath, SOAP and other XML techologies. Seems to me that "Ruple" is pretty trivial to implement given a reasonable underlying database. I'm not sure what the real value is though... how do you imagine such spaces being used? Perhaps for service lookup in web service registries?
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