Thank you Dr. Chen and fellows. There is so much power in terms of what can be done with this concept and it's now up to those that contribute to it to understand it and build the appropriate engineering "intelligently" into it to harness this power. I could
go on and on about this but to keep it short I would just like to say "Keep up the good work".
Hypothetically, why does the CCR have to wait for say your 1million messages to be coordinated before being able to service for example this 1 other important message you want to process (which is not part of the coordination of the 1million messages but
ends up having to wait until those 1million messages get coordinated; or does it wait?)?
I might have missed this in the interview but does the CCR allow messages to get thrown into the mix before the 1million messages get coordinated that happen to not be part of that coordinated set so to speak. Maybe what I asking is whether or not the scheduling
algorithm accomodates this in the interleaving pattern or does the CCR address this in some other way. Nice idea by the way, I hope to see more of it. Also, IMHO I wish the threading model would get replaced with something that allowed for better determinacy.