These are some of the projects I’ve worked on. You can find a complete list on my GitHub profile.
Chocola is a Clojure library for concurrent and parallel programming, that provides futures, transactions, and actors. It is unique in ensuring that these three models work correctly even when they are combined. It combines my previous work on transactional actors and transactiontal futures, and is the result of my PhD.
This is a fork of the programming language Clojure, extending it with “transactional actors”. Transactional actors are a combination of Software Transactional Memory and actors. They make it possible to share memory between actors using transactions, and to send messages to actors in transactions.
vacation2 benchmark for transactional actors
vacation2 is a simulated reservation system for hotels, flights, and rental cars. I used it to evaluate the applicability and performance of transactional actors.
actors4clj: actor library for Clojure
actors4clj is a very simple actor library for Clojure. It implements the actor model directly in Clojure, using macros, in fewer than 100 lines of code.
This is a fork of the programming language Clojure, extending it with “transactional futures”. Transactional futures are a combination of Software Transactional Memory and futures, making it possible to introduce parallelism in a transaction.
Labyrinth, Bayes, and Yada benchmarks for transactional futures
Labyrinth, Bayes, and Yada are three applications from a benchmark suite that I ported to Clojure and used to evaluate the performance of transactional futures.