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Proceedings of the 9th ACM SIGPLAN International Workshop on Reactive and Event-Based Languages and Systems
A signal in reactive programming (RP) is a function of time whose value is updated automatically without performing explicit re-assignments. SignalJ, a Java-based RP language, provides persistent signals, whose update histories constitute time-series data, i.e., a signal is a function of a specified (possibly past) time. These update histories are stored in a time-series database to facilitate the use of persistent signals in an open, distributed setting. However, currently SignalJ is only useddoi:10.1145/3563837.3568341 fatcat:3t6wylyfjrhblcuiwxrexgeuzi