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Type-Safe Eventful Sessions in Java

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Type-Safe Eventful Sessions in Java
Event-driven programming is a major paradigm in concurrent and communication-based programming, and a widely adopted approach to building scalable high-concurrency servers. However, traditional event-driven programs are more difficult to read, write and verify than their multi-threaded counterparts due to low-level APIs and fragmentation of control flow across disjoint event handlers. This paper presents a Java language extension and a novel type discipline for type-safe event-driven session programming that counters the problems of traevent-based programming with abstractions and safety guarantees based on session types, while retaining the expressiveness and performance characteristics of events. The type discipline extends session types and their primitives with asynchronous input, session typecase and session set types, ensuring eventhandling safety and event progress in addition to the standard type soundness and communication safety. The advantages, expressiveness and performan...
Raymond Hu, Dimitrios Kouzapas, Olivier Pernet, No
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where ECOOP
Authors Raymond Hu, Dimitrios Kouzapas, Olivier Pernet, Nobuko Yoshida, Kohei Honda
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