Berlinda: An object-oriented platform for implementing coordination languages in Java
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Linda-like coordination languages are based on manipulating a shared coordination medium. A coordination language usually defines the kind of elements, operations to construct elements, and the actual coordination operations that manipulate the shared media. Berlinda is a model and a platform, on which coordination languages à la Linda and beyond can be implemented. As example coordination languages, a simple version of Linda and a subset of KQML have been implemented.
KeywordsShared Medium Construct Element International World Wide Directed Message Coordination Language
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