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  title = "{I}ntroducing {JCSP} {N}etworking 2.0",
  author= "Chalmers, Kevin",
  editor= "Welch, Peter H. and Stepney, S. and Polack, F.A.C and Barnes, Frederick R. M. and McEwan, Alistair A. and Stiles, G. S. and Broenink, Jan F. and Sampson, Adam T.",
  pages = "451--451",
  booktitle= "{C}ommunicating {P}rocess {A}rchitectures 2008",
  isbn= "978-1-58603-907-3",
  year= "2008",
  month= "sep",
  abstract= "The original implementation of JCSP Networking is based on
     the T9000 model of virtual channels across a communications
     mechanism, and can be considered sufficiently adequate for
     applications which are not resource constrained or liable to
     connection failure. However, work undertaken has revealed a
     number of limitations due to excessive resource usage, lack
     of sufficient error handling, reliance on Java
     serialization, and reliance on now deprecated features of
     JCSP. These problems reflect badly when considering JCSP
     Networking in a broader sense beyond the normal desktop.
     In this talk, a brief overview on how these problems have
     been overcome is presented. This will be followed by some
     tutorial examples on how to use JCSP Networking 2.0. This
     should be familiar to current JCSP Networking users, but new
     additions to the library should make it easier for novices
     to get started. The new underlying protocol is also
     presented, which should enable interoperability
     between various platforms beyond the Java desktop
     environment. The new version of JCSP Networking is currently
     available from the JCSP Subversion repository, under the
     Networking-2 branch. Details are available at

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