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Re: Distributed application using CTJ???

This has some interesting possibilites for getting some communicating 
[sequential] processes traction via the current
fashion for looking at grid architectures and I have heard a number of 
people talking about it. 
In order to map an application to a very flexible number of processes 
without any side effects and without having to
refactor the application or rewrite it to a new (functional) language it 
seems to me that a properly architectured
CTJ/JCSP app is the best bet. 

Is anyone else puting grid and parrallelism on deployment together and 
getting CTJ/JCSP?

"Geraldo Pereira de Souza" <geraldo@xxxxxxxxxx>
14/03/2002 19:16
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I´ve been studing jcsp and ctj recently...
I´d like to know if someone have implemented an distributed application
using CTJ. I´m trying implement a simple test, as a matrix multiplication,
but i´ve got a lot of  problems.
I´ve followed the steps indicated in the ctj´docs but i could not get
success working with it, yet.
My mainly problem is in the configuration of the channels to use link

I´ve implemented the same problem using java sockets and everything is
running well...

I´d like take a look in a simple example using 3 process, each process in 
machine.  If someone have implemented, could please send me a copy???

Thanks in advance.

Geraldo Pereira de Souza (geraldo@xxxxxxxxxx)
Laboratório de Sistemas Integrados e Concorrentes - LAICO
Universidade de Brasília - UNB
55-61-307-2702 ramal 228