The Hamlet Application Design Language : introductory definition report
AbstractThis report provides an introduction to the definition of the Hamlet Application Design Language (ADL). ADL is a graphical-based language and notation supporting the design of parallel real-time applications. Designs expressed in ADL are based on a model of processes that communicate by message-passing. Communication can either be synchronous or asynchronous, and orthogonally, may be subject to blocking, delaying, or nonblocking timing constraints. The language has been devised in such a way that automated (skeletal) code generation can be supported. To this aim, structural aspects are expressed in a notation somewhat similar to data-flow diagrams, whereas behavioral aspects are expressed as state-transition machines following a syntax similar to that of SDL. Exploitation of parallelism is obtained by annotating a design with process replication specifications
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of Economics in its series Discussion Paper with number 69.
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- Steen, M.R. van & Dam, A. ten & Vogel, T., 1994. "The Hamlet design entry system : an overview of ADL and its environment," Discussion Paper 84, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Faculty of Economics.
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