I noticed some work to introduce JSON data packets instead of using URL for passing things around.
I am as curious as to whether, while async helps with concurrency, is there any appeal in the use of agency to allow distributed HTM in a potentially more natural way?
Something like thespian?
Now I ask this question again since the last time the previous thread got straight into Erlang and its BEAM, Elixir and FPGA implementations, so all sound alternative options. The more useful discussion, though distracted by low level implementation discussions in the non-python options, was around how to partition the data and processing to take advantage of the distributed agency while managing the constraints of the HTM architecture.
So, how about a brain storming around python, HTM and thespian? We can leave the Elixir and Erlang and FPGA to the anarchists
Note also there may be both shallow and deep integration of agency into the HTM model, since the current architecture has not leveraged agency in the first instance. So, a re-look at that might be apt after an initial shallow look. At the moment there might be higher level abstractions than could benefit?