Declarative coördination language for streaming networks.

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LGPL-3 licensed by Merijn Verstraaten
Maintained by Merijn Verstraaten

S-Net is a declarative coördination language for describing streaming networks of asynchronous components. Streaming networks are defined using an expression language of four network combinators: serial composition, parallel composition, serial replication and parallel replication. One-shot data synchronisation is provided by the built-in syncrocell component.

Streams are associated with record types; collections of data where each item is uniquely identified by its name. Structural subtyping on these record types directs the flow of data through the streaming network.

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