The Transterpreter Project

Concurrency, everywhere.

Sensor Networks?

As we developed the Transterpreter, we slowly began to realize that we had a tiny CSP runtime that could run on all kinds of hardware. It wasn't until we did our first port to "bare" hardware that we realized how truly portable our design was.

We may yet see the DIAS project employ the Transterpreter in the group's efforts. If nothing else, it will give us an additional focus ("customers" always do), which is good. As we continue reworking the repository, and getting our documentation lined up, having a better sense for uses will allow us to more profitably focus our time.

Today, though, I'm going to try and get over the chest cold that has been knocking on the door for the last two weeks...


  • Posted: November 16, 2005
  • Author: Matthew Jadud
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