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Release

Releases

TECS 2.0.4

Posted By Christian Bürckert

  • Issue 96: C++ Compiler Error
  • Issue 95: Python blocking recv
  • Issue 93: Python reconnecting issues
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ProMo

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ProMo4ProM – Production Monitoring for Process Mining

Posted By Christian Bürckert

ProMo4ProM is a software campus project created in the context of Industry 4.0 by Sönke Knoch. The focus is monitoring a worker during his production processes to generate analysable data to optimize the manufacturing process. TECS has been successfully used to connect the leap motions with other hardware and software components to support this project.

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  • 3 months ago
DFKI_Gauck2

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Human-Robot-Collaboration

Posted By Christian Bürckert

Mehdi Moniri presents the Baxter eyebots-demonstrator as an example for human-robot-collaboration to Bundespräsident Gauck and important other visitors. The eyebots-demonstrator uses TECS as middleware to interconnect Baxter, Occulus Rift, tablets, computers and other devices to make human-robot-collaboration possible. The eyebots-demonstrator is created in the context of DFKI’s HySociaTea project and was also presented at the CeBIT 2016 (Video).

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Tutorial

Tutorial

Video Tutorial 1 – Publish-Subscribe with Java

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  • 5 months ago
Release

Releases

TECS 2.0.3

Posted By Christian Bürckert

  • Issue 86: MPServer. Concurrent Modification Exception
  • Issue 76: Fixed Python Example
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HySociaTea

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HySocaTea Demo – IE 2016 Video

Posted By Christian Bürckert

HySociaTea Video with additional scenes (no audio track)

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  • 6 months ago
Eyebots

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CeBIT 2016 – EyeBots Demo

Posted By Christian Bürckert


http://www.dfki.de/web/aktuelles/dfki-cebit-2016/EyeBots

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Release

Releases

TECS 2.0.2

Posted By Christian Bürckert

  • Issue 83: Segfault in libtecs c++ Invalid read of size 4 (ps-client-example)
  • Issue 82: Different Protocols bound to a webservice
  • Issue 81: Optional Parameter Constants in C# removed
  • Issue 80: Fix MPSserverSocket::getOfferedServices
  • Issue 78: Python libtecs TProtocolException on validating own, valid message
  • Issue 77: Circular import in Python PS implementation
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Release

Releases

TECS 2.0.1

Posted By Christian Bürckert

  • Issue 75: Readme & Contribution
  • Issue 71: JS: Deserialization Bug (THRIFT-3669)
  • Issue 72: Remove debug prints
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overview

Releases

TECS-2.0.0

Posted By Christian Bürckert

After two exhausting hackathons, lots of changes, debugging and testing we are proud to announce the TECS-2.0.0 release. A lot of things have been changed and we hope you find the changes appropriate, useful and easy to understand. TECS is designed to make research in cyber-physical environments easier. All our upgrades are trying reduce communication complexity in CPEs. Please feel free to contact us if you have problems or if you are interested in more details.

  • Publish-Subscribe in Java, C# C++, Python, Ruby
  • Message-Passing in Java, C#, C++, Python
  • Discovery in Java, C#, C++, Python
  • RPC helper in Java, C#, C++
  • Blocking & Nonblocking APIs
  • Web RPC server in Java
  • Optimized tecs-server
  • URIs instead of host/port configurations
  • Factory Classes
  • License CC-BY-NC-4.0
  • Open source repository
  • C++ libtecs for windows

Best Regards
Christian Bürckert, Yannick Körber and Magdalena Kaiser

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