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Figure 1.7 Programming with tuple spaces. The producer and consumer tasks communicate via in and out primitives. The tuple persists in the tuple spaces until it is actively retrieved by the consumer.
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and means that both the sender and the receiver of a message are unaware of each other. ATaG also has this property because the tasks that produce and consume a particular data item in ATaG are not aware of each other. The data pool in ATaG is superficially similar to the notion of a tuple space. However, our active data pool moves the data items from producer to consumer(s) as soon as they are produced, and it schedules the consumer tasks based on their input interface and firing rules. This is different from the passive tuple space that merely buffers the produced data items and whose modifications are really a side effect of control-driven task execution.
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In fact, the concept of tuple spaces has its roots in Blackboard architectures [43] of A1 research. ATaG s active data pool is similar to the demoned data servers of DOSBART [34] that enabled distributed data-driven computation in a blackboard architecture. The notions of activity class and trigger activities of DOSBART are similar to the abstract tasks and their firing rules in the ATaG model, respectively.
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