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TuCSoN tuple-based coordination middleware

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TuCSoN (Tuple Centres Spread over the Network) is a tuple-based middleware for the coordination of distributed systems – including multi-agent systems, mobile agents and pervasive systems.

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  • distributed middleware
  • tuple-based coordination for Java & tuProlog processes
  • basic Linda primitives (in, out, rd)
  • predicative primitives (in, rdp)
  • test-for-absence primitives (no, nop)
  • eval-like primitive (spawn) for Java & tuProlog
  • uniform primitives (urd, uin, uno)


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Intended Audience

Developers, Science/Research, System Administrators

User Interface

Java Swing

Programming Language

Java, Prolog



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