COmputAtional State Transfer: An Architectural Style for Secure Decentralized Systems

What is COAST?

COmputAtional State Transfer (COAST) is an architectural style based upon computational exchange for secure, adaptive, decentralized systems. See the COAST architectural principles.

Getting Started

Learn the basic concepts of COAST and browse examples created using Motile/Island, the COAST reference implementation.

About Us

COAST is developed by the Institute for Software Research at University of California, Irvine. Feel free to contact the research team or see our publications.