Avian Computing seeks to efficiently create parallel/concurrent programs by changing how we think about/design parallel programs. Avian Computing discards the slow and error-prone "lines of code" model and replaces it with a new model: flocks of birds. Changing the model to flocks of birds makes it easier to think about and to describe the actions that we want to perform concurrently, which leads to rapid development of working parallel programs.
The Avian Computing Environment provides multiple tools to control and modify the behavior of running programs as well as a number of built-in info resources, such as by-thread logging, dynamic presentation of individual thread performance, overall resource levels and more.
Aviancomputing is wonderful! Thanks.