Masters Theses


Re-engineering of a distributed object infrastructure for heterogeneous enterprise computation of continual queries

Keywords and Phrases

CQServer; Continual queries


"The amount of information available over the Internet continues to increase. However, users simply do not have the time to manually and repeatedly query multiple, heterogeneous web-accessible databases to search for or track all the information that may be of interest. A solution to this problem is a continual query processing system, a software application that automatically, repeatedly performs database queries and notifies the user when results of interest become available...In this thesis the implementation of those re-engineering efforts will be discussed. Additionally there will be a discussion of how similar changes could benefit not only other continual query processing systems, but also other J2EE applications that require a distributed object infrastructure"--Abstract, page iii.


Computer Science

Degree Name

M.S. in Computer Science


University of Missouri--Rolla

Publication Date

Spring 2005


viii, 52 pages


© 2005 Ritesh Harankhedkar, All rights reserved.

Document Type

Thesis - Citation

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Subject Headings

Computer software -- Development
XML (Document markup language)
Java (Computer program language)

Thesis Number

T 8773

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