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Paper: Java Message Service (JMS) use in the Telescope Automation and Remote Observing System (TAROS)
Volume: 351, Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems XV
Page: 208
Authors: Czezowski, A.; Green, A.; Hovey, G.; Jarnyk, M.; Nielsen, J.; Roberts, B.; Sebo, K.; Smith, D.; Vaccarella, A.; Wilson, G.; Young, P.
Abstract: JMS is an enterprise messaging system, part of the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE). It provides distributed applications a method for asynchronously sending and receiving critical data and events. It also decouples the message delivery management subsystem from the application itself. TAROS is a distributed system that will allow the Australian National University telescopes at Siding Spring Observatory to be operated automatically or interactively over the Internet. JMS technology is used throughout TAROS, providing a communication path between the TAROS back-end software components as well as between TAROS and its external clients.
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