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Communicating Process Architectures 2001: WoTUG-24: Proceedings of the 24th World Occam and Transputer User Group Technical Meeting, 16-19 September 2001, Bristol, United Kingdom

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Contributors from The Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, the US, and the UK have contributed 22 papers (first presented at a meeting held in September 2001 at the U. of Bristol, UK, where all three editors teach computer science) on concurrency in computer communication design. Among the topics are efficient execution in process networks, extending CSP, event priority and CSPP, event-based design using Java, developing a successor to occam, protocol verification in millipede, and a 40Gbit/snetwork processor design platform. Author index only. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781586032029
  • Publisher: IOS Press, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/28/2001
  • Series: Concurrent Systems Engineering Series
  • Pages: 351
  • Product dimensions: 9.40 (w) x 6.34 (h) x 0.83 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface vii
Programme Committee viii
Efficient Execution of Process Networks 1
Copying, Moving and Borrowing Semantics 15
Parallel Genetic Algorithms to Find Near Optimal Schedules for Tasks on Multiprocessor Architectures 27
Adapted OS Link / DS Link Protocols for Use in Multiprocessor Routing Networks 37
Successes and Failures: Extending CSP 49
CSPP and Event Priority 67
Infinite Traces, Acceptances, and CSPP 93
The 'Uniform Heterogeneous Multi-Threaded' Processor Architecture 103
Event-Based Design of Concurrent Programs with Java Implementation 117
Using Two-, Four- and Eight-Way Multiprocessors as Cluster Components 129
Guaranteed Message Delivery Time on Real-Time Distributed Systems 149
A Programming Language for Hardware/Software Co-Design 167
A Reconfigurable Host Interconnection Scheme for Occam-Based Field Programmable Gate Arrays 179
A 40Gbit/s Network Processor Design Platform 193
Working Towards the Agreement Problem Protocol Verification Environment 213
Towards a Successor to occam 231
Mobile Data, Dynamic Allocation and Zero Aliasing: An occam Experiment 243
tranx86 - An Optimising ETC to IA32 Translator 265
From Safe Concurrent Processes to Process-Classes? PLUSSING New Code by ROLLING out and Compile? 283
CHANnels to Deliver Memory? MOBILE Structures and ALTing over Memory? 305
Protocol Verification in Millipede 309
Towards a Viable Alternative to OO - Extending the occam/CSP Programming Model 329
Author Index 351
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