SugarCubes

A set of classes for reactive programming in Java. SugarCubes is a set of Java classes for implementing: 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 instantaneously received by all receivers. concurrent systems, in particular thread-less ones. Here, parallelism is a logical programming construct to implement activities which are supposed to proceed concurrently, and not one after the other. reactive systems, which continuously react to activations.


References in zbMATH (referenced in 8 articles , 1 standard article )

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  1. van Delft, Andre; Kmetyuk, Anatoliy: Declarative programming with algebra (2016)
  2. Attar, Pejman; Castellani, Ilaria: Fine-grained and coarse-grained reactive noninterference (2014)
  3. Prähofer, Herbert; Schatz, Roland; Wirth, Christian; Hurnaus, Dominik; Mössenböck, Hanspeter: \textscMonaco-- a domain-specific language solution for reactive process control programming with hierarchical components (2013) ioport
  4. Aguado, Joaquín; Mendler, Michael: Constructive semantics for instantaneous reactions (2011)
  5. Matos, Ana Almeida; Boudol, Gérard; Castellani, Ilaria: Typing noninterference for reactive programs (2007)
  6. Amadio, Roberto M.; Boudol, Gérard; Boussinot, Frédéric; Castellani, Ilaria: Reactive concurrent programming revisited (2006)
  7. Boussinot, Frédéric; Susini, Jean-Ferdy: Java threads and SugarCubes (2000)
  8. Boussinot, Frederic; Susini, Jean Ferdy: The sugarcubes tool box: a reactive Java framework. (1998) ioport