SMI++ - State Management Interface
B.Franek, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
SMI++ is a framework for designing and implementing distributed
SMI++ is based on the original State Manager concept which was
developed by the DELPHI experiment in collaboration with the DD/OC
of CERN. In this concept, a real-world system is described in terms of
objects behaving as Finite State Machines.
SMI++ objects can run in a variety of platforms all communications being
handled transparently by an underlying communication system - DIM.
Version 13.0, March 2003
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