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Concurrent languages in distributed systems hardware supported implementation

proceedings of the IFIP WG 10.3 Workshop on Hardware Supported Implementation on Concurrent Languages in Distributed Systems, Bristol, U.K., 26-28 March 1984

by IFIP WG 10.3 Workshop on Hardware Supported Implementation on Concurrent Languages in Distributed Systems (1984 Bristol, England)

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Published by North-Holland, Sole distributors for the U.S.A. and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York, New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electronic data processing -- Distributed processing -- Congresses.,
  • Parallel processing (Electronic computers) -- Congresses.,
  • Programming languages (Electronic computers) -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by G.L. Reijns and E.L. Dagless.
    ContributionsReijns, G. L. 1930-, Dagless, E. L., IFIP Working Group 10.3 on Software/Hardware Interrelation.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.9.D5 I36 1985
    The Physical Object
    Pagination163 p. :
    Number of Pages163
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2856222M
    ISBN 100444876359
    LC Control Number84018752

    Parallel programming language for distributed systems, based on shared data-object model. OOF90 High performance object-oriented programming in Fortran P3L Skeleton-based parallel programming language with template-based implementation. Pablo The interaction of architecture, system software, and applications on massively parallel computer. Reviewer: Teodor Rus In recent years, concurrent computation and parallel programming became more than a philosophical issue. Theoretical models for concurrent computation—Communicating Sequential Processes (Hoare), Calculus of Communicating Systems (Milner), Data Flow Computing Systems (Dennis), Actors (Hewitt)—were developed, and hardware support for their implementation is .

      Concurrent Systems: An Integrated Approach to Operating Systems, Distributed Systems and Database [Bacon, Jean, Van Der Linden, Janet] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Concurrent Systems: An Integrated Approach to Operating Systems, Distributed Systems and DatabaseReviews: 2.   The Implementation of Reliable Distributed Multiprocess Systems; Chapter 5 in Distributed Systems: It always seemed to me that defining the semantics of a concurrent language shouldn't be very hard. Once you know how to specify a concurrent system, it's a straightforward task to give a semantics to a concurrent programming language by.

    This month we do a bit of a context switch from the world of parallel development to the world of concurrent, parallel, and distributed systems design (and then back again). The purpose is to see if any of the same patterns of concurrent, parallel, and distributed processing apply to the case of concurrent, parallel, and distributed development. Single Concurrent Actions ; System Structure ; Low-level Synchronization Primitives: Implementation ; Low-level Primitives: Use in Systems and Languages ; Language Primitives for Shared Memory ; IPC and System Structure ; IPC Without Shared Memory ; Crash Resilience and Persistent Data ; Distributed IPC. pt. 3.


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IFIP Workshop on Hardware-supported Implementation on Concurrent Languages in Distributed Systems. By Erik L Dagless and Gerard Louis Reijns. Topics: Computing and Computers. Publisher: North-Holland. Year: OAI identifier: oai: Provided by. Concurnas is a new open source JVM programming language designed for building concurrent and distributed systems.

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