Implementing Mobile and Distributed Applications in X-Klaim

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Lorenzo Bettini
Rocco De Nicola
Michele Loreti


In this paper we present X-Klaim, an experimental programming
language specifically designed to program distributed systems
composed of several components interacting through multiple
distributed tuple spaces and mobile code. The language consists of a
set of coordination primitives inspired by Linda, a set of operators
for building processes borrowed from process algebras and a few
classical constructs for sequential programming. We present some
programming examples in X-Klaim, dealing with mobile code
programming paradigms, such as client-server, code mobility and
mobile agents.

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