A framework to dynamically manage distributed virtual environments

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Abstract

In this paper, we present the project urbi, a framework to dynamically manage distributed virtual environments (DVEs). This framework relies on a dedicated scripting languagegoal, which is typed, object-oriented and dynamically bound. goal is interpreted by the application hosted by each machine and is designed to handle efficiently both network communications and interactivity. Finally, we have made an unusual design decision: our project is based on a functional programming language, ocaml.


Bibtex (lrde.bib)

@InProceedings{	  fabre.00.vw,
  author	= {Yoann Fabre and Guillaume Pitel and Laurent Soubrevilla
		  and Emmanuel Marchand and Thierry G\'eraud and Akim
		  Demaille},
  title		= {A framework to dynamically manage distributed virtual
		  environments},
  booktitle	= {Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Virtual
		  Worlds (VW)},
  year		= 2000,
  address	= {Paris, France},
  month		= jul,
  pages		= {54--64},
  editor	= {J.-C. Heudin},
  publisher	= {Springer Verlag},
  series	= {Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series},
  volume	= {LNAI 1834},
  abstract	= {In this paper, we present the project urbi, a framework to
		  dynamically manage distributed virtual environments (DVEs).
		  This framework relies on a dedicated scripting language,
		  goal, which is typed, object-oriented and dynamically
		  bound. goal is interpreted by the application hosted by
		  each machine and is designed to handle efficiently both
		  network communications and interactivity. Finally, we have
		  made an unusual design decision: our project is based on a
		  functional programming language, ocaml.}
}