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Multithreading Technique Improvement In Processing Client Server Communication By Utilizing Object Oriented Language, Eda Tabaku, Kliv Shapllo, Senada Bushati Oct 2018

Multithreading Technique Improvement In Processing Client Server Communication By Utilizing Object Oriented Language, Eda Tabaku, Kliv Shapllo, Senada Bushati

UBT International Conference

A comparison of an application’s performance, when a program is executed through multiple threads and only a thread to complete a specified task by using Java techniques. In this paper will be expounded how a Java programmer can profit by technology facilities. How to create a program that executes in a parallel way, that solves independent tasks not one after the other, but all at the same time. The application that is developed(the environment used is Eclipse) aims to speed up the time needed to download images from a specific website, but it is flexible for downloading images ...


Performance Analysis Of Java Persistence Api Providers, Besart Pllana Oct 2018

Performance Analysis Of Java Persistence Api Providers, Besart Pllana

UBT International Conference

Nowadays, fast and accurate access to data is very important. Usually data is managed and processed through software applications. In recent years, the most preferred programming model by most application developers is Object Oriented Programming (OOP) where data is represented through objects. These data must be persistent and therefore needs to be stored, and storage can be done on a variety of databases. The most common databases are Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS). While persistence of objects in RDBMS is limited by object-relational mismatch which is the inconsistency of the direct interaction between two components based on different approaches, OOP ...