Arctic: A functional language for real-time control

@inproceedings{Dannenberg1984ArcticAF,
  title={Arctic: A functional language for real-time control},
  author={R. Dannenberg and D. Rubine},
  booktitle={LFP '84},
  year={1984}
}
  • R. Dannenberg, D. Rubine
  • Published in LFP '84 1984
  • Computer Science
  • Arctic is a language for the specification and implementation of real-time control systems. Unlike more conventional languages for real-time control, which emphasize concurrency, Arctic is a stateless language in which the relationships between system inputs, outputs and intermediate terms are expressed as operations on time-varying functions. Arctic allows discrete events or conditions to invoke and modify responses asynchronously, but because programs have no state, synchronization problems… CONTINUE READING
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