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JCSP and realtime java processors.
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- Subject: JCSP and realtime java processors.
- From: Richard Meester <rme@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2002 12:07:54 +0100
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I have been scanning this list for about a year now and have contacts
with some other readers personally as well. I must say that i have not
actively been interacting with the list, but reading of this list is
quite helpfull and interesting, and we will hopefully attend the next
meating of WOTUG in the UK. Could anyone tell me when this is?
The reason of this email is the following:
We have been developing realtime java hardware products based on the
aJile java processor for embedded systems. During this process i have
been getting quite fond of the architecture proposed by JCSP so we build
our own subset over the last 3 years. The reason being that we wanted to
be portable both on the PC with the full Java API, as well as on the
microprocessor which supports only cldc and has limited memory
capabilities. At this moment we have a limited version of our JCSP
library which is running both on the PC as well as on the aJile java
processor. We have build a HTTP and FTP server based on the limited
version and the same code runs on both the PC as well as the aJile.
Now we have been given the oppurtunity to be a speaker on the Joint BOF
sessions at the JavaOne 2002 in San Fransisco, and i would like to
present some slides on the JCSP programming paradigm. I would like to
present the benefits of JCSP in multithreaded environments, with respect
to the difficulty of mutlithreaded applications and synchronization, how
JCSP resolves some/most of these difficulties and how JCSP lets you
create well organized and memory controlled applications. Memory and
Garbage collection is one of the main issues in these embedded
environments, and JCSp can also aid in this, by letting each process
control its own memory waste. I would like to know if i am missing
something really important that must be said at the JavaOne to promote
the JCSP usage in embedded java designs, and inspire people on using
JCSP in these environments.
Looking forward to hear from you,