dynamic method invocation

dynamic method invocation

In object technology, the activation of a process (method) within an object at runtime.
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In addition to static method invocation, CORBA supports dynamic method invocation, which is handled through the Dynamic Invocation Interface (DII).
By supporting these flexible interface services, CORBA provides both the safety and speed of static method invocation as well as the flexibility afforded by dynamic method invocation.
Figure 28 compares the percent of dynamic method invocations out of all method invocations that our analysis can resolve assuming the entire program is available (closed world) and assuming some portion is unavailable (open world).
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