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The SugarCubes Tool Box

Abstract : SugarCubes are a set of Java classes for implementing software systems such as: $\bullet$ Event based systems, especially those where events are instantly broadcast throughout the system. Communicating in this framework is like in radio transmissions, where emitters send information that is immediately received by all receivers. $\bullet$ Concurrent systems, in particular threadless ones. Here, parallelism is a logical programming construct to implement activities which are supposed to proceed concurrently, and not in sequence. $\bullet$ Reactive systems, which continuously react to activations from an external source. \noindent SugarCubes are used to implement reactive scripts and icobj programming on top of the Java language. They are available at http://www.inria.fr/meije/rc/SugarCub- es.
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Frédéric Boussinot, Jean-Ferdy Susini. The SugarCubes Tool Box. RR-3247, INRIA. 1997. ⟨inria-00073442⟩



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