Dynamic reconfiguration in coordination languages
AuthorPapadopoulos, George Angelos
Source8th International Conference on High Performance Computing and Networking, HPCNEurope 2000
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A rather recent approach in programming parallel and distributed systems is that of coordination models and languages. Coordination programming enjoys a number of advantages such as the ability to express different software architectures and abstract interaction protocols, supporting multilinguality, reusability and programming-in-the-large, etc. In this paper we show the potential of controlor event-driven coordination languages to be used as languages for expressing dynamically reconfigurable software architectures. We argue that control-driven coordination has similar goals and aims with reconfigurable environments and we illustrate how the former can achieve the functionality required by the latter. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2000.
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