Maintaining Multi-way Dataflow Constraints in Collaborative Systems

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Lin, Kai
Chen, David
Dromey, Geoff
Sun, Chengzheng
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Ling Liu & Marco Ronchetti

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2005
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Multi-way dataflow constraints are very useful in the development of collaborative applications, such as collaborative CAD and CASE systems, but satisfying multi-way dataflow constraints in the presence of concurrency in collaborative systems is difficult. In this article, we discuss the issues and techniques in maintaining multi-way dataflow constraints in concurrent environments. In particular, we also proposed a novel strategy that is able to reconstruct computation flows to satisfy multi-way dataflow constraints according to concurrent user operations in collaborative systems. Our strategy ensures both constraint satisfaction and system consistency, which is independent of the execution orders of concurrent operations

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Proceedings of the First International Conference on Collaborative Computing: Networking, Applications and Worksharing

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