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managing bandwidth: 8.2.2. Managing Bandwidth
8.5. Bandwidth Management
streaming audio example: 8.5.1. Streaming Multimedia
web browser example: 8.5.2. Web Browsing
MarshalException: D.1. The java.rmi Package
marshaling data: 3.2.2. Remote Method Calls
MD5 message digest format: 5.2.1.2. The Provider API
Mediator interface (example): 9.3.1. Building the Infrastructure with Message Passing
MediatorMessage class (example): 9.3.1. Building the Infrastructure with Message Passing
mediators: 9.3. A Basic Collaborative Infrastructure
9.3.1. Building the Infrastructure with Message Passing
Message class (example): 6.5.4. An Adaptable Message Handler
message handlers: 6.3. Message Processing
adaptable: 6.5.4. An Adaptable Message Handler
asynchronous vs. synchronous: 6.3.1. Asychronous vs. Synchronous Message Handling
example processor: 6.3.2. A Basic Message Processor
for heterogeneous argument lists: 6.4.1. Heterogeneous Argument Lists
message-passing systems
advantages to: 6.2. Why Do We Need Messages?
chess-playing agents example: 6.4. Fixed Protocols
collaborative: 9.3.1. Building the Infrastructure with Message Passing
databases and remote data: 7.2.6.1. Message passing with the data server
Java events with: 6.6. Message Passing with Java Events
remote objects for: 6.7. Using Remote Objects
MessageCollaborator interface (example): 9.3.1. Building the Infrastructure with Message Passing
9.3.1. Building the Infrastructure with Message Passing
as applet: A.1. Whiteboard Applet
MessageHandler class (example): 6.5.4. An Adaptable Message Handler
collaboration by using: 9.3.1. Building the Infrastructure with Message Passing
MessageMediator class (example): 9.3.1. Building the Infrastructure with Message Passing
as applet: A.1. Whiteboard Applet
messages
adaptable message types: 6.5.3. Adaptable Message Types
adaptable protocols for: 6.5. Adaptable Protocols
definition of: 6.1. Messages Defined
fixed protocols for: 6.4. Fixed Protocols
heterogeneous argument lists: 6.4.1. Heterogeneous Argument Lists
identifiers for: 6.1. Messages Defined
objects as arguments: 6.4.2. Objects as Message Arguments
rationale for: 6.2. Why Do We Need Messages?
variable arguments: 6.5.1. Variable Number of Arguments
methods
Method class: 3.2.2. Remote Method Calls
public key: 5.4.2. Public Key Methods
remote invocation of: 3.2.2. Remote Method Calls
synchronized: 4.3.1. Synchronizing Threads
monitoring bandwidth: 8.2.1. Monitoring Bandwidth
raw data throughput: 8.4.1. Raw Data Monitoring
real data throughput: 8.4.2. Real Data Monitoring
monitoring sytem performance: 4.4.3. Improving Efficiency with Thread Priorities
mouse events
browser example and: 8.5.2. Web Browsing
whiteboard example and: 10.2. A Shared Whiteboard
mouseDragged( ): 8.5.2. Web Browsing
moveAccepted( ): 6.4. Fixed Protocols
MoveMessage class (example): 6.4. Fixed Protocols
6.4.1. Heterogeneous Argument Lists
adaptable version of: 6.5.4. An Adaptable Message Handler
with object arguments: 6.4.2. Objects as Message Arguments
MsgWhiteboardUser class (example): A.1. Whiteboard Applet
multi-database applications: 7.3. Multi-Database Applications
multi-way agent authentication: 5.7.1.3. One-, two-, and many-way cryptography
multicast sockets: 2.1.3. Multicast Sockets
multicasting: 2.1.3. Multicast Sockets
MulticastSocket class: 2.1.3. Multicast Sockets
multimedia, streaming (example): 8.5.1. Streaming Multimedia
multithreading (see threads)


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