Towards a Calculus for Generative Communication

@inproceedings{Ciancarini1996TowardsAC,
  title={Towards a Calculus for Generative Communication},
  author={Paolo Ciancarini and Roberto Gorrieri and Gianluigi Zavattaro},
  year={1996}
}
We introduce a theory for generatively communicating concurrent processes. Generative communication is an asynchronous interprocess communication mechanism based on a shared data structure; information items can be introduced into, read or withdrawn from such a data structure by parallel processes. The most representative language based on such a paradigm is the coordination language Linda. Our idea is to embed generative communication in a process algebra like CCS. The advantage of having a… CONTINUE READING

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