Time flow and dynamic change

Time flow and dynamic change are now clear concepts of FRP. In the previous chapter, we discussed over and over again what they are. They represent one of the main axes of FRP together with discrete and continuous semantics.

Concerning reactive systems (hybrid systems), we immediately understood how much important the concepts of execution time and used memory are. These two features may have some problems that could make the system nonreactive. The title of this section suggests a solution for them both. The following are the methods which can be used:

  • A good approach to avoid prolonged execution time or, even worse, the inability to manage the time flow; this results in having control on information flow (data or events) ...

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