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FCPP aims to simplify the management of a resilient networked system out of an assortment of different potentially mobile devices. FCPP is designed for the aggregate programming paradigm, a development pattern allowing the decomposition of applications into simple snippets of distributed behaviour with guaranteed resilience properties, with very low assumptions on the network structure, allowing for multiple forms of failures and mobility.



FCPP is an efficient and extensible C++14 implementation of the field Calculus, for fast and effective execution and simulation of aggregate programs for pervasive computing scenarios, large-scale computations on graph-based data, and deployment on microcontroller architectures.

It currently supports:



All you need to get started using FCPP is a C++ compiler and the CMake build system. Step-by-step tutorials are available to guide you familiarise with the paradigm: you can find them in the getting started page.