Definitions for "Cooperative processing"
td distributed computing method that requires two or more distinct processes to complete a single business transaction. Typically, cooperative processing programs interact and execute concurrently on different processors.
A style of computer application processing in which the presentation, business logic, and data management are split among two or more software services that operate on one or more computers. In cooperative processing, individual software programs (services) perform specific functions that are invoked by means of parameterized messages exchanged between them.
Tthe ability to distribute resources (programs, files and data bases) across the network.
An environment in which organizations cooperate internally and externally to take full advantage of available information and to obtain meaningful, accurate, and timely information.