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The first language of the POOL family (Parallel Object-Oriented Language) was designed in 1984. Since then, a considerable amount of research on this subject has been performed. The aim of these activities was to develop a programming language that effectively supports the construction of large,...
Concurrent object-oriented programming faces a dilemma: should a language provide an explicit or an implicit concurrency control? Both styles of programming present advantages and limitations.This article discusses this issue and proposes a solution: the programming of user-defined...
This article briefly describes the objectives, approach, major features, and current status of CORAL (Concurrent Object-oRiented Application Language). CORAL is a programming system that permits the construction and execution of sequential, parallel and distributed applications in a transparent...
To program massively concurrent MIMD machines, programmers need tools for managing complexity. One important tool that has been used in the sequential programming world is hierarchies of abstractions. Unfortunately, most concurrent object-oriented languages construct hierarchical abstractions...
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