Kompics Simulator is a component model concentrated to build distributed systems by composing protocols programmed as event driven components. We ensure kompics components are reactive state machine which execute concurrently by set of workers. Also, We offer kompics projects component model and also programming framework designed to simplify complex distributed systems.
In general, We support kompics projects with pluggable component schedulers at runtime for research scholars. Consequently process of We enable a simulation framework with deterministic debugging and reproducible performance evaluation of unmodified kompics simulator system. We also developed more than 75+ kompics projects with kompics component.
It is an event driven state machine executes concurrently & communicate asynchronous by message passing.
Besides, In that it is an active entity, interact with each other by triggering & handle events. Moreover it is a unit of function & management.
Types are given as:
We describe event as passive objects with set of immutable attributes and form hierarchical types. Consequently, We also subscribe every event component to channel & publish events into channels.
We also ensure channel with interaction links among components. And also, We carry events from publisher components and also to subscriber components.
An event handler is an event specific procedure in which component executes as reaction to received event. It triggers every new event and guarded by Boolean guards.
We also subscribe event handler component to channels by registering event subscription at respective channels. And also in Event subscription may be event type or event attribute in which subscription contain a set of attribute filters.
We also provide ports are bidirectional event based component interfaces. A port which permits specific set of event types to pass in each direction.
We implement following semantics from Elsevier papers.
P2P systems in kompics:
We design a java domain specific language to express experiment scenario for P2P systems. Stotachastic processes have three types are:
We implement kompics projects in java which is an open source project for M.TECH students.