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Communicating parallel processes

Journal Article
Kerridge, J., & Simpson, D. (1986)
Communicating parallel processes. Software: Practice and Experience, 16(1), 63-86. https://doi.org/10.1002/spe.4380160106
By considering the problem of an event timer it is shown that the commonly available synchronizing facilities (monitors, CSP, distributed processes) are not able to always sat...

An application of CoSMoS design methods to pedestrian simulation.

Conference Proceeding
Clayton, S. & Urquhart, N. B. (2008)
An application of CoSMoS design methods to pedestrian simulation. In Welch, P. H., Roebbers, H., Broenink, J. F., Barnes, F. R. M., Ritson, C. G., Sampson, A. T., …Vinter, B. (Eds.). Communicating Process Architectures 2009 WoTUG-32doi:10.3233/978-1-60750-065-0-197. ISBN 978-1-60750-065-0
In this paper, we discuss the implementation of a simple pedestrian simulation that uses a multi agent based design pattern developed by the CoSMoS research group. Given the n...

Application of CoSMoS parallel design patterns to a pedestrian simulation.

Conference Proceeding
Clayton, S., Urquhart, N. B., & Kerridge, J. (2009)
Application of CoSMoS parallel design patterns to a pedestrian simulation. In R. Wyrzykowski, J. Dongarra, K. Karczewski, & J. Wasniewski (Eds.), Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics, (505-512). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-14403-5_53
In this paper, we discuss the implementation of a simple pedestrian simulation that uses a multi agent based design pattern developed by the CoSMoS research group. Given the n...

Synchronisation primitives for highly parallel discrete event simulations

Conference Proceeding
Kerridge, J., Welch, P., & Wood, D. (1999)
Synchronisation primitives for highly parallel discrete event simulations. In Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences. 1999. HICSS-32https://doi.org/10.1109/hicss.1999.773084
A new set of synchronisation primitives is described that simplifies the control of very large numbers of fine-grained parallel processes. The new primitives are derived from ...

JCSPre: the Robot Edition to Control LEGO NXT Robots

Conference Proceeding
Kerridge, J., Panayotopoulos, A., & Lismore, P. (2008)
JCSPre: the Robot Edition to Control LEGO NXT Robots. In P. H. Welch, S. Stepney, F. A. Polack, F. R. Barnes, A. A. McEwan, G. S. Stiles, …A. T. Sampson (Eds.), Communicating Process Architectures 2008, 255-270. https://doi.org/10.3233/978-1-58603-907-3-255
JCSPre is a highly reduced version of the JCSP (Communicating Sequential Processes for Java) parallel programming environment. JCSPre has been implemented on a LEGO Mindstorms...

Communicating Process Architectures 2014

Conference Proceeding
(2013)
Communicating Process Architectures 2014. In Welch, P. H., Barnes, F. R. M., Broenink, J. F., Chalmers, K., Gibson-Robinson, T., Ivimey-Cook, R., …Smith, M. L. (Eds.). Communicating Process Architectures 2014ISBN 978-0956540980
CPA 2014 is one of an annual series of conferences organised over almost thirty years concerned with the design of parallel systems inspired by the Theory of Communicating Seq...

Modelling a Multi-Core Media Processor Using JCSP

Conference Proceeding
Kosek, A., Kerridge, J., & Syed, A. (2008)
Modelling a Multi-Core Media Processor Using JCSP. In P. H. Welch, S. Stepney, F. A. Polack, F. R. Barnes, A. A. McEwan, G. S. Stiles, …A. T. Sampson (Eds.), Communicating Process Architectures 2008, (431-443). https://doi.org/10.3233/978-1-58603-907-3-431
Manufacturers are creating multi-core processors to solve specialized problems. This kind of processor can process tasks faster by running them in parallel. This paper explore...

Ontology based knowledge formulation and an interpretation engine for intelligent devices in pervasive environments

Thesis
Kosek, A. Ontology based knowledge formulation and an interpretation engine for intelligent devices in pervasive environments. (Thesis)
Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/id/eprint/6037
Ongoing device miniaturization makes it possible to manufacture very small devices; therefore more of them can be embedded in one space. Pervasive computing concepts, envision...

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