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- like module system for the synchronous language SIGNAL. Synchronous languages, such as SIGNAL, are best ... design of dependable real-time systems. Synchronous languages enable a very high-level specification ... systems by structurally decomposing them into elementar synchronous processes. Separate compilation in reactive languages ... module system for the synchronous language SIGNAL...
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- original data collection of Cohn-Kanade included synchronized frontal and 30-degree from frontal video ... below). Version 3 will add the synchronized 30-degree from frontal video. To receive...
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- document specifies the third version of the Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL, pronounced ”smile”). SMIL ... those who need to represent timing and synchronization. For example, SMIL 3.0 components are used...
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- Synchronization abstraction in the BETA programming language. This paper argues that synchronization of processes need ... While discussing the use of patterns of synchronization and their implementation in BETA, we focus...
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- society. In standard object-oriented models, objects synchronize on method calls. These models ... their tight coupling of communication and synchronization; network delays and instabilities may locally result ... looser coupling of method calls and synchronization. Asynchronous method calls and high-level local control...
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- extends OCaml with support for concurrency and synchronization, the distributed execution of programs ... locality, a strict adherence to local synchronization, and a natural embedding of functional programming ... Local synchronization means that messages always travel to a set destination, and can interact only ... pattern-matching on messages to express local synchronizations. The lectures and lab sessions illustrate...
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- TRIVIUM is a hardware oriented synchronous stream cipher. It was designed as an exercise...
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- profiler is that it uses the bulk synchronous parallel cost model, thus providing a mechanism...
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- real-time programming. LUSTRE is a synchronous data-flow language for programming systems which interact...
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- easy to make a mistake in synchronization that produces a data race...