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Investigating communicating sequential processes for Java to support ubiquitous computing

Thesis
Chalmers, K. (2009)
Investigating communicating sequential processes for Java to support ubiquitous computing. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/id/eprint/3507
Ubiquitous Computing promises to enrich our everyday lives by enabling the environment to be enhanced via computational elements. These elements are designed to augment and su...

Mobility in JCSP: new mobile channel and mobile process models.

Conference Proceeding
Chalmers, K., Kerridge, J., & Romdhani, I. (2007)
Mobility in JCSP: new mobile channel and mobile process models. In A. McEwan, S. Schneider, W. Ifill, & P. Welch (Eds.), Communicating Process Architectures 2007, 163-182
The original package developed for network mobility in JCSP, although useful, revealed some limitations in the underlying models permitting code mobility and channel migration...

CSP for .NET based on JCSP

Conference Proceeding
Chalmers, K., & Clayton, S. (2006)
CSP for .NET based on JCSP. In P. Welch, J. Kerridge, & F. R. M. Barnes (Eds.), Communicating Process Architectures 2006 - WoTug 29, 59-76
We present a CSP framework developed for the .NET platform, building upon the ideas developed for the JCSP library. Discussing the development of the core functionality and th...

JCSP.mobile: a package enabling mobile processes and channels.

Conference Proceeding
Chalmers, K., & Kerridge, J. (2004)
JCSP.mobile: a package enabling mobile processes and channels. In J. F. Broenink, H. Roebbers, J. Sunter, P. Welch, & D. Wood (Eds.), Communicating Process Architectures 2005, 109-127
The JCSPNet package from Quickstone provides the capability of transparently creating a network of processes that run across a TCP/IP network. The package also contains mecha...