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Distributed and Mobile Programming Paradigms - Lab sessions

About

This site covers the lab sessions for the Distributed and Mobile Programming Paradigms course. In each session, students implement small applications in the AmbientTalk distributed programming language. The exercises start from the basics of the AmbientTalk language and gradually introduce how to program distributed applications running on mobile devices.

During these exercises, students apply the concepts seen in the seminar part of the course to software development. For example, they get hands-on experience with guards, asynchronous message passing, distributed programming with tuple spaces, and peer-to-peer networks. They also deploy some of their application on real devices such as Android phones.

See the official course site at PointCarré for more information on the course itself.

Organisation

Course lecturer: Wolfgang De Meuter
Assistants: Elisa Gonzalez Boix, Jorge Vallejos
Room 1E.05 (Mac room)
Time slot 2st Semester, Tuesday, 14:00 - 16:00
Communication Via PointCarré

Material

Schedule

Here comes a temporary schedule for the lab sessions. Assignments and solutions will be published before and after each session, respectively.

  • Session 1, 21/02/12, First steps in AmbientTalk
    • Concepts: functional, imperative and object-oriented programming.
  • Session 2, 06/03/12, The Internet Cafe
    • Concepts: concurrent programming with actors, future-typed message passing,guards, unit testing.
  • Session 3, 13/03/12, weScribble on Android phones
    • Concepts: distributed programming, language symbiosis with Java and Android.
  • Session 4, 20/03/12, goShopping
    • Concepts: distributed debugging with REME-D.
  • Session 5, ?, Mobile Music Player
    • Concepts: insight in language support for partial failures, conditional synchronization with futures.
  • Session 6, 27/03/12, PolygotChat on iPhone platform
  • Session 7, 30/03/12, Flikken in TOTAM
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