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Jan

Rapide (research group)

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Complex Event Processing

The Stanford Rapide ™ Project

“The Rapide ™  Language effort focuses on developing a new technology for building large-scale, distributed multi-language systems. ”

“This technology is based upon a new generation of computer languages, called Executable Architecture Definition Languages (EADLs), and an innovative toolset supporting the use of EADLs in evolutionary development and rigorous analysis of large-scale systems.”

“Rapide ™ adopts a new event-based execution model of distributed, time-sensitive systems — the ‘timed poset model.’  Posets provide the most detailed formal basis to date for constructing early life cycle protyping tools, and later life cycle tools for correctness and perfomance analysis of distributed time-sensitive systems.”- goto

originally posted to cep.weblogger.com by David Soul on 1/15/05; 10:28:35 PM in the CEP section.

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