Marshall, D. and Delaney, D. and McLoone, S. and Ward, T.
Challenges in modern Distributed
Interactive Application design (Technical Report).
This technical report gives an introduction to Distributed Interactive Applications (DIA), including a
brief background with some examples. An outline of the three classes of challenges that drive the design of
DIA architectures - the users, the physical restrictions, and the required capabilities - is given. The manner
in which the designer addresses these challenges, namely dynamic extensibility, scalability, interactibility
and interoperability, is explored in detail in terms of the software and network architectures.
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Dr Tomas Ward
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