RACE - Building Distributed Actor Systems
The Runtime for Airspace Concept Evaluation (RACE) is a software architecture and framework to build configurable, highly concurrent and distributed message based systems. Among other things, RACE can be used to rapidly build simulations that span several machines (including synchronized displays), interface existing hardware simulators and other live data feeds, and incorporate sophisticated visualization components such as NASA’s WorldWind viewer.
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RACE was developed at the NASA Ames Research Center and is distributed under the Apache v2 license, quoted below:
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