This is the Windows app named Avian Parallel Computing whose latest release can be downloaded as concx-2.3.1.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Avian Parallel Computing
Avian Computing seeks to efficiently create parallel programs by changing how we think about parallel programs. Avian Computing discourages thinking about lines of code and encourages us to use a new model: flocks of birds. Changing the model to flocks of birds makes it easier to think about the actions that we want to perform concurrently, which leads to simpler and quicker development of working parallel programs.
Avian Computing concepts are implemented by the Concurrency Explorer (ConcX) that simplifies parallel programming by providing a GUI frontend to setup, start, and monitor each bird (thread) in the program. ConcX allows you to start or stop one bird (thread) or the whole flock. The birds in the flock are loosely coupled & cooperate to accomplish your goal.
ConcX offers many built-in info resources, such as by-thread logging, real-time display of individual thread activity, post mortem diagnostic information, saving of flock setups, parallel database access and more.
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