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Meaning of Delinquent
• One who fails or neglects to perform his duty; an offender or transgressor; one who commits a fault or a crime; a culprit.
Failing in duty; offending by neglect of duty. Asynchronous Completion Token
The Asynchronous Completion Token design pattern efficiently dispatches processing actions within a client in response to the completion of asynchronous operations invoked by the client.
Also Known As Active Demultiplexing [PRS+99]
Example Consider a distributed Electronic Medical Imaging System (EMIS)
[PHS96] consisting of multiple components, such as image servers, which store and retrieve medical images [JWS98].1 The performance and reliability of an EMIS is crucial to physicians, medical staff, and patients using the system. Therefore, it is important to monitor the state of EMIS components carefully. Specialized agent components address this need by propagating events from other EMIS components, such as image servers, back to management applications. Administrators can use these management applications to monitor, visualize, and control [PSK+97] the EMIS’s overall status and performance.
For example, a management application can request that an agent notify it every time an image server on a host accepts a new network connection. Typically, such a request is issued by invoking an
1. Other components in a distributed EMIS include modalities, clinical and diagnostic workstations that perform imaging processing and display, hierarchical storage management (HSM) systems, and patient record databases [BBC94].
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26.11.1999 ACT.doc asynchronous operation on one or more agents in the system. When an agent on a particular host detects a new connection to the image server, it sends a completion event to the…...

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