This paper presents a software framework aimed at both simplifying the development of large and distributed complex systems and guarantying an efficient execution of applications. This software framework takes advantage of a concise actor model that makes easy the development of the actor code by delegating the management of events (i.e., the reception of messages) to the execution environment. Moreover, it allows the development of scalable and efficient applications through the possibility of using different implementations of the components that drive the execution of actors. In particular, the paper introduces the software framework and presents the first results of its experimentation.

Developing scalable applications with actors / Poggi, Agostino. - In: WSEAS TRANSACTIONS ON COMPUTERS. - ISSN 1109-2750. - 13:1(2014), pp. 660-669.

Developing scalable applications with actors

POGGI, Agostino
2014

Abstract

This paper presents a software framework aimed at both simplifying the development of large and distributed complex systems and guarantying an efficient execution of applications. This software framework takes advantage of a concise actor model that makes easy the development of the actor code by delegating the management of events (i.e., the reception of messages) to the execution environment. Moreover, it allows the development of scalable and efficient applications through the possibility of using different implementations of the components that drive the execution of actors. In particular, the paper introduces the software framework and presents the first results of its experimentation.
Developing scalable applications with actors / Poggi, Agostino. - In: WSEAS TRANSACTIONS ON COMPUTERS. - ISSN 1109-2750. - 13:1(2014), pp. 660-669.
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