Vortex OpenSplice RMI (Remote Method Invocation) extends the Publish / Subscribe (Pub / Sub) communication paradigm provided by the Data Distribution Service (DDS) with a high performance framework for defining distributed services and invoking requests over them.
The Vortex OpenSplice RMI framework takes advantage of key DDS features to seamlessly enable, along with traditional two-way invocations, asynchronous invocations, persistent one-way calls, and one-to-many invocations. In addition, the Quality of Service (QoS) provided by DDS can be used to control the QoS associated with individual services as well as with specific invocations.
- An autonomous robot could be controlled via an RMI interface
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