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%T An Introduction to CSP.NET
%A Alex Lehmberg, Martin N. Olsen
%E Peter H. Welch, Jon Kerridge, Frederick R. M. Barnes
%B Communicating Process Architectures 2006
%X This paper reports on CSP.NET, developed over the last three
   months at the University of Copenhagen. CSP.NET is an object
   oriented CSP library designed to ease concurrent and
   distributed programming in Microsoft.NET 2.0. The library
   supports both shared memory multiprocessor systems and
   distributed\-memory multicomputers and aims towards making
   the architecture transparent to the programmer. CSP.NET
   exploits the power of .NET Remoting to provide the
   distributed capabilities and like JCSP, CSP.NET relies
   exclusively on operating system threads. A Name Server and a
   workerpool are included in the library, both implemented as
   Windows Services. This paper presents CSP.NET from a users
   perspective and provides a tutorial along with some
   implementation details and performance tests.

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