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Emerald is a distributed programming language. The objectives of this
research is to
Emerald is implemented in a style similar to Java (and Pascal, and Simula, and ...): the Emerald compiler (which is writen in Emerald, of course) generates byte codes which are then interpreted by a relatively portable interpreter. The interpreter takes care of finding remote objects, performing remote invocations, moving objects, and doing both local and distributed garbage collection.
- Develop and distribute an object-oriented programming language and system incorporating light-weight object migration.
- Investigate the issues in using such languages for distributed application development, particularly the areas of reliability and availability.
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