• Computer Science
  • Published 2001

CHANnels to deliver memory? MOBILE structures and ALTing over memory?

@inproceedings{Teig2001CHANnelsTD,
  title={CHANnels to deliver memory? MOBILE structures and ALTing over memory?},
  author={{\O}yvind Teig},
  year={2001}
}
Memory objects are assigned to processes over a CHANnel like construct. This way one can wait for an object indefinitely, or with timeout in an ALT construct - coexisting with CHANnel inputs. The run-time SYSTEM will handle requests. Alternatively, a user memory handler process may use the underlying SYSTEM and serve other clients. Occam 2 is used as catalyst language. 

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