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%T CSP: Arriving at the CHANnel Island (an Industrial Practitioner\[rs]s Diary: in Search of a New Fairway)
%A √ėyvind Teig
%E Peter H. Welch, André W. P. Bakkers
%B Communicating Process Architectures 2000
%X This paper is a non\-academic hands\-on log of practical
   experiences of software engineering problems, where the
   process leading to the decision to use CSP to program
   real\-time systems is on trial. A new and hopefully
   objective decision process is instigated. What we have
   previously learnt by using CSP in embedded real\-time
   process control is used as subjective basis (or bias?) for
   the new process. The conclusion seems to be that CSP should
   be sufficiently future\-proof to justify its use even in new
   projects. The term CSP is here used as shorthand for both
   the CSP language proper and different implementations of
   subsets.


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