Ivannikov Institute for System Programming of the RAS

Marshalling in distributed systems: two approaches.


Dyshlevoi K. V., Kamensky V. E., Solovskaya L. B.


In distributed systems different modules can use different representations for the same data. To exchange data between modules, it is necessary to reformat the data. Often such presentation conversion (called marshalling) is the most inefficient part in network communication. The paper discusses some problems and concrete implementation examples of marshalling procedures.

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Voprosy kibernetiki, N 3, 1997.

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System Programming

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