aether: Distributed system emulation in Common Lisp

11/12/2020
by   Eric C. Peterson, et al.
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We describe a Common Lisp package suitable for the high-level design, specification, simulation, and instrumentation of real-time distributed algorithms and hardware on which to run them. We discuss various design decisions around the package structure, and we explore their consequences with small examples.

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