JOYCE+: model and language for multi-site distributed systems

@inproceedings{Franky1990JOYCEMA,
  title={JOYCE+: model and language for multi-site distributed systems},
  author={M. Franky},
  booktitle={DPDS '90},
  year={1990}
}
  • M. Franky
  • Published in DPDS '90 1990
  • Computer Science
  • The models and languages most widely used for distributed systems programming (such as ADA, CSP, and OCCAM) do not explicitly consider the process execution site, they assume a synchronous communication scheme of “rendezvous” style, and require that each process recognize the names of their interlocutors. JOYCE+ is a modification of the JOYCE language defined by Brinch Hansen [Brinch 87, Brinch 89]. In the JOYCE+ model each process is executed in a specific site, it is assumed that the… CONTINUE READING
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