Flexible, Transparent and Dynamic occam Networking With KRoC.net
Authors: Schweigler, Mario, Barnes, Frederick R. M., Welch, Peter H.
KRoC.net is an extension to KRoC supporting the distribution of occamchannels over networks, including the internet. Starting in 2001, the development ofKRoC.net has gone through a number of stages, each one making the system moreflexible, transparent and dynamic. It now enables the occam programmer to set upand close network channels dynamically. Configuration has been simplified. All occamPROTOCOLs can now be sent over network channels, without need for conversion.Many of the new dynamic features in occam have been used to improve KRoC.net.Many of the concepts in KRoC.net are similar to those in the JCSP Network Edition(JCSP.net), KRoC.net’s counterpart in the JCSP world. This paper will give an overviewover KRoC.net, its usage, its design and implementation, and its future. It willalso provide some benchmarks and discuss how the new occam features are beingused in the latest KRoC.net version.
Communicating Process Architectures 2003, Jan F. Broenink, Gerald H. Hilderink, 2003, pp 199 - 224 published by IOS Press, AmsterdamFiles: PDF
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