CSP for Java
(JCSP) 1.1-rc4

Class DeparaplexInt

  extended by org.jcsp.plugNplay.ints.DeparaplexInt
All Implemented Interfaces:

public final class DeparaplexInt
extends Object
implements CSProcess

This demultiplexes data from its input channel to its output channel array.

Process Diagram


DeparaplexInt is a process to convert the single stream of int[] packets sent from a ParaplexInt process on the other end of its in channel back to separate streams (its out channels). It assumes that ParaplexInt operates on the same size array of channels as its out array. It conforms to contract required by ParaplexInt for a process receiving its packets.

In each cycle, it inputs one packet and outputs its contents in parallel to each of its output channels. The parallel output means that the process will wait until each item is accepted by every channel -- in whatever order is demanded by its environment. The ordering of the channels in the out array, therefore, makes no difference to the functionality of this process.

Channel Protocols

Input Channels
in int[] A packet carrying the paraplexed data.
Output Channels
out[] int Most channels in this package carry integers.


 import org.jcsp.lang.*;
 import org.jcsp.plugNplay.ints.*;
 public class DeparaplexIntExample {
   public static void main (String[] args) {
     final One2OneChannelInt[] a = Channel.one2oneIntArray (3);
     final One2OneChannel b = Channel.one2one ();
     final One2OneChannelInt[] c = Channel.one2oneIntArray (3);
     final One2OneChannel d = Channel.one2one ();
     new Parallel (
       new CSProcess[] {
         new NumbersInt (a[0].out ()),
         new SquaresInt (a[1].out ()),
         new FibonacciInt (a[2].out ()),
         new ParaplexInt (Channel.getInputArray (a), b.out ()),
         new DeparaplexInt (b.in (), Channel.getOutputArray (c)),
         new ParaplexInt (Channel.getInputArray (c), d.out ()),
         new CSProcess () {
           public void run () {
             System.out.println ("\n\t\tNumbers\t\tSquares\t\tFibonacci\n");
             while (true) {
               int[] data = (int[]) d.in ().read ();
               for (int i = 0; i < data.length; i++) {
                 System.out.print ("\t\t" + data[i]);
               System.out.println ();
     ).run ();

P.H. Welch
See Also:
ParaplexInt, MultiplexInt, DemultiplexInt

Constructor Summary
DeparaplexInt(ChannelInput in, ChannelOutputInt[] out)
          Construct a new DeparaplexInt process with the input Channel in and the output Channels out.
Method Summary
 void run()
          The main body of this process.
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait

Constructor Detail


public DeparaplexInt(ChannelInput in,
                     ChannelOutputInt[] out)
Construct a new DeparaplexInt process with the input Channel in and the output Channels out. The ordering of the Channels in the out array make no difference to the functionality of this process.

in - the input channel
out - the output Channels
Method Detail


public void run()
The main body of this process.

Specified by:
run in interface CSProcess

CSP for Java
(JCSP) 1.1-rc4

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