CSP: Arriving at the CHANnel Island (an Industrial Practitioner's Diary: in Search of a New Fairway)
Authors: Teig, Øyvind
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.
Communicating Process Architectures 2000, Peter H. Welch, André W. P. Bakkers, 2000, pp 251 - 262 published by IOS Press, AmsterdamFiles: PDF
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