Chor is a new programming language for communicating systems, where both behavioural protocol specifications and implementations (choreographies) are given at a global level. Then, the code for each concrete endpoint entity of a system can be automatically generated, with the guarantees of soundness and completeness wrt the originating descriptions. Interestingly, by exploiting global descriptions, Chor defines a new class of asynchronous deadlock-free systems which eludes standard practices in object-oriented and session-based type systems. In this talk, I will give an overview of the formal model behind Chor and I will demonstrate its prototype implementation, an IDE and compiler that allow for the first time to experiment with the global programming paradigm. The target implementation language of the Chor compiler is Jolie, enabling the generated code to interoperate with a variety of environments.
More information can be found at the following links.
Fabrizio Montesi's website.