Inswitch Solutions - Erlang Evaluation
Thu Jan 23 09:31:48 CET 2003
Thank you for your answers.
Suppose I have to implement a timed automata (timed temporal graph) in
Would FSM be the right choice to receive/send messaging with "after"
A finite state machine (FSM) says what to do and a timed automata is a
finite state machine but also saying when (time) to do it.
Does someone already get in touch with implementations in Erlang for
this type of Real Time systems model ?
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From: "Vlad Dumitrescu" <>
Sent: Tuesday, January 21, 2003 9:00 AM
Subject: Rw: FSM advantages?
Adding to Vance's comment, let's not forget that the predefined behaviours
do quite a lot of things behind the scenes, things that otherwise need to be
handled explicitly. Among them: tracing and error reporting, code change,
works in a supervision tree, a standardized API.
For a simple FSM, it is quite educative to implement it as a basic
function-based one. The next step would be trying to introduce one of the
things mentioned above, and I think it will be easy to appreciate that one
could use the already written and tested ones instead.
From: Inswitch Solutions - Erlang Evaluation [mailto:]
Sent: Tuesday, January 21, 2003 1:58 PM
Subject: FSM advantages ?
Could someone tell me the advantages of using
FSM to Erlang receive & send messaging using functions (states), please ?
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