Examples for Waza API for Java
This example illustrates two parallel processes, a user and a machine, which interact with each other. It describes a method of how to develop a program that deals with good and bad use-case scenarios. This example shows how you can benefit from concurrency in order to create robust and reliable programs.
This example takes a CSP design (from a paper) to a deadlock-free implementation in Java using the Waza API for Java. It shows a funny applet of a network of concurrent processes (star topology) that communicate with each other. This example was developed in 1997 using the CTJ library. This is a CSP library, which is the precursor of the more advanced Waza API for Java library. In this example, the CTJ channels has been replaced by the Waza data channels.
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