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A key feature of CRIME is that applications can explicitly respond to the removal of information. This gives fine-grained control over how an application should respond to disconnection, which implicitly removes information from the system. A key feature of CRIME is that applications can explicitly respond to the removal of information. This gives fine-grained control over how an application should respond to disconnection, which implicitly removes information from the system.
-The CRIME Engine that was developed by Christophe and Eline in the context of their master thesis is available for download [[crime:download|here]]. We hope to provide an updated version (which is currently being developed) soon.+The CRIME Engine that was developed by Christophe and Eline in the context of their master thesis is available for download [[crime:download|here]].
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Proposes the addition of operators from Metric Temporal Logic to the CRIME coordination language and illustrates how they can be used to make applications provide //smarter// context-aware behavior. Proposes the addition of operators from Metric Temporal Logic to the CRIME coordination language and illustrates how they can be used to make applications provide //smarter// context-aware behavior.
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