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@article{EBOTFDHERL02,
	author	 = {Günther Rackl and Thomas Ludwig and Markus Lindermeier and Alexandros Stamatakis},
	title	 = {{Efficiently building on-line tools for distributed heterogeneous environments}},
	year	 = {2002},
	publisher	 = {IOS Press},
	address	 = {Amsterdam, The Netherlands},
	journal	 = {Scientific Programming},
	series	 = {10 (1)},
	pages	 = {67--74},
	issn	 = {1058-9244},
	abstract	 = {Software development is getting more and more complex, especially within distributed middleware-based environments. A major drawback during the overall software development process is the lack of on-line tools, i.e. tools applied as soon as there is a running prototype of an application. The MIMO MIddleware MOnitor provides a solution to this problem by implementing a framework for an efficient development of on-line tools. This paper presents a methodology for developing on-line tools with MIMO. As an example scenario, we choose a distributed medical image reconstruction application, which represents a test case with high performance requirements. Our distributed, CORBA-based application is instrumented for being observed with MIMO and related tools. Additionally, load balancing mechanisms are integrated for further performance improvements. As a result, we obtain an integrated tool environment for observing and steering the image reconstruction application. By using our rapid tool development process, the integration of on-line tools shows to be very convenient and enables an efficient tool deployment},
}

@inproceedings{EBOTFDHERL02,
	author	 = {Günther Rackl and Thomas Ludwig and Markus Lindermeier and Alexandros Stamatakis},
	title	 = {{Efficiently Building On-Line Tools for Distributed Heterogeneous Environments}},
	year	 = {2002},
	booktitle	 = {{Proceedings of the International Workshop on Performance-Oriented Application Development for Distributed Architectures}},
	publisher	 = {IOS Press},
	address	 = {Amsterdam, The Netherlands},
	series	 = {Scientific Programming},
	number	 = {10-1},
	pages	 = {67--74},
	conference	 = {PADDA-01},
	organization	 = {Technical University Munich},
	location	 = {Munich, Germany},
	issn	 = {1058-9244},
	abstract	 = {Software development is getting more and more complex, especially within distributed middleware-based environments. A major drawback during the overall software development process is the lack of on-line tools, i.e. tools applied as soon as there is a running prototype of an application. The MIMO MIddleware MOnitor provides a solution to this problem by implementing a framework for an efficient development of on-line tools. This paper presents a methodology for developing on-line tools with MIMO. As an example scenario, we choose a distributed medical image reconstruction application, which represents a test case with high performance requirements. Our distributed, CORBA-based application is instrumented for being observed with MIMO and related tools. Additionally, load balancing mechanisms are integrated for further performance improvements. As a result, we obtain an integrated tool environment for observing and steering the image reconstruction application. By using our rapid tool development process, the integration of on-line tools shows to be very convenient and enables an efficient tool deployment},
	url	 = {http://iospress.metapress.com/content/mvphva9060q422jk/fulltext.pdf},
}

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