Describes different types of location from which an
This is the abstract class from which all data classes have to be derived which want properties to be recored when returned from an operator as result.
A data port acts as the reference for a data object in the processing history.
This class is used to represent edges of the processing history during construction of the explicit history graph.
Input port within an
This is the abstract super class for all Alida operators.
Operator class with inherent event handling for execution control.
Each instance of this class represents an operator invocation for the implicit processing graph.
Abstract class for ports residing within opNodes.
This class describes the parameters of an operator.
Output port within an
This class describes generic parameters in Alida used, e.g., in parameterized classes and operators.
This class is a wrapper for all parameters of a
DataIO provider for parametrized classes and operators from command line.
This is the abstract super class of all ports which act as proxies to receive or supply objects within a processing graph.
Hashmap keeping links between objects and data ports in processing history.
Interface to the port hash map of Alida.
This class handles the construction of a processing DAG from opNode instances and writing this processing history as extended graphml to file.
This class is just a dummy opNode acting as the first opNode with the stack of active opNodes of each thread.
This class supplies some static auxiliary methods used when explicitly constructing a history graph.
Mode of implicit construction of the processing graph.
Determines the visibility of an operator invocation via
Commands for controlling the operator.
Actual operator status.
Type of the processing history to be generated.
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