Sampling and timing is considered a responsibility of the environment of controller software. In this paper we will illustrate a concept whereby an environmental process and multi-way events play an important role in applying timing for untimed CSP software architectures. We use this timing concept for building our control applications based on CSP concepts and with our CSP for C++ (CTC++) library. We present a concept of sampling of control applications that is orthogonal to the application. This implies global timing on the basis of timed events. We also support traditional local timing on the based of timed processes.
|Conference||Communicating Process Architectures, CPA 2003|
|Period||7/10/03 → 10/10/03|