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  title = "{A}ctive {S}erial {P}ort: {A} {C}omponent for {JCSPN}et {E}mbedded {S}ystems",
  author= "Clayton, Sarah and Kerridge, Jon",
  editor= "East, Ian R. and Duce, David and Green, Mark and Martin, Jeremy M. R. and Welch, Peter H.",
  pages = "85--98",
  booktitle= "{C}ommunicating {P}rocess {A}rchitectures 2004",
  isbn= "1 58603 458 8",
  year= "2004",
  month= "sep",
  abstract= "The javax.comm package provides basic low-level access
     between Java programs and external input-output devices, in
     particular, serial devices. Such communications are handled
     using event listener technology similar to that used in the
     AWT package. Using the implementation of active AWT
     components as a model we have constructed an active serial
     port (ASP), using javax.comm, that gives a channel interface
     that is more easily incorporated into a JCSPNet collection
     of processes. The ASP has been tested in a real-time
     embedded system used to collect data from infrared detectors
     used to monitor the movement of pedestrians. The collected
     data is transferred across an Ethernet from the serial port
     process to the data manipulation processes. The performance
     of the JCSPNet based system has been compared with that
     supplied by the manufacturer of the detector and we conclude
     by showing how a complete monitoring system could be
     constructed in a scalable manner."

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