Question: section 61 states that message passing is both time and...
Section 6.1 states that message passing is both time- and
space-coupled – that is,
messages are both directed towards a particular entity and require the receiver to be
present at the time of the message send. Consider the case, though, where messages are
directed towards a name rather than an address and this name is resolved using DNS.
Does such a system exhibit the same level of indirection?