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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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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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Made with TECS Student Project

Proactive Cooking with Baxter

Posted By Christian Bürckert

Student Project using TECS where the Baxter Research Robot is used for proactive communication. The different
modules like speech recognition, proactivity recognizer are communicating using TECS.

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