Engineering, business.industry, Distributed computing, GRASP, ComputerApplications_COMPUTERSINOTHERSYSTEMS, Missile defense, Computer security, computer.software_genre, Whole systems, Digital subscriber line, Distributed knowledge, Damages, Point (geometry), business, computer, and Interpreter
A high-level technology is revealed that can effectively convert any distributed system into a globally programmable machine capable of operating without central resources and self-recovering from indiscriminate damages. Integral mission scenarios in Distributed Scenario Language (DSL) can be injected from any point, runtime covering & grasping the whole system or its parts, setting operational infrastructures, and orienting local and global behavior in the way needed. Many operational scenarios can be simultaneously injected into this spatial machine from different points, cooperating or competing over the shared distributed knowledge as overlapping fields of solutions. Distributed DSL interpreter organization and benefits of using this technology for integrated air and missile defense are discussed along with programming examples in this and other fields.