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In the past, I would have recommended a Byzantine structure - give each its own thread with a few shared threadsafe queues for communication. This is suicide in Python, on multicore systems at least. Two excuses in my defense: I've only owned single core computers and Erlang was the first multithreaded language I learned. Doing stupid things (in Python) with extra threads is fine on single core computers. There is no penalty in such a case. But on multicore computers you will die. Erlang's threading model seems like the One True Way, which means much frustration in every other language.

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