System For Designing And Creating Computer Programs Using Finite State Machines

What is disclosed is a new paradigm which provides a simple and straightforward method for software development which is much faster and easier to execute. This gain is achieved by using Finite State Machines together with Publish and Subscribe communications utilities. This method can be used in virtually every type of transaction processing environment. It is a good solution for the “Internet of Things”.

Publication Date
12 January 2015

database software development Computer Programming Object Oriented Programming Transaction Processing Finite State Machine Publish and Subscribe Internet of Things Eclipse Rich Client Plugin RCP


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