A Distributed Real-Time Java System Based on CSP

  title={A Distributed Real-Time Java System Based on CSP},
  author={Gerald H. Hilderink and Andry W. P. Bakkers and Jan F. Broenink},
Real-time embedded systems in general require a reliability that is orders of magnitude higher than what is presently obtainable with state of the art C programs. The reason for the poor reliability of present day software is the unavailability of a formalism to design sequential C programs. The use of the CSP channel concept not only provides a formal base for inherently concurrent real-time embedded system design it also adds a parallel dimension to object oriented programming that is easily… CONTINUE READING
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