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libcsp - CSP For Posix Threads ============================== "Communicating Sequential Processes" is a mathematical algebra for analysing the behaviour of concurrent systems. Because most software systems interact with the real world, they are concurrent to a greater or lesser extent. libcsp is a library that provides for C programmers a level of abstraction that makes programming with threads much easier. By providing an easy mechanism to express and reason about programs with multiple threads, it becomes easier to fit software into the real world. In essence, libcsp is a C library that provides the benefits previously known to occam programmers: threads communicate by passing messages; when a message is passed beteeen threads, the sender and the receiver have to rendezvous in time - usually this means one thread has to wait for the other; receiver threads can select between alternate sources - called 'alternation' in CSP; as in occam and unlike CSP itself, senders cannot alternate between output sources (this would cause serious implementation problems and is provably not necessary). For further information, see libcsp website: http://www.beton.freeserve.co.uk/libcsp/ CSP http://wotug.ukc.ac.uk/csp.shtml http://wotug.ukc.ac.uk/parallel/theory/formal/csp/ occam http://archive.comlab.ox.ac.uk/occam.html http://wotug.ukc.ac.uk/parallel/occam/index.html Changes ------- v0.50 2001-06-12 Uploaded to Sourceforge.net v0.41 2000-11-21 Minor change to commstime benchmark (but not to how it measures!) v0.4 2000-09-15 Improved channel algorithm. v0.3 2000-09-08 Added commstime benchmark. v0.2 Added alternation. v0.1 First release. Buggy and very incomplete. Contains simple channels only.