Concurrency: Theory, Language, and Architecture: UK/Japan Workshop, Oxford, UK, September 25-27, 1989, Proceedings by Akinori YonezawaConcurrency: Theory, Language, and Architecture: UK/Japan Workshop, Oxford, UK, September 25-27, 1989, Proceedings by Akinori Yonezawa

Concurrency: Theory, Language, and Architecture: UK/Japan Workshop, Oxford, UK, September 25-27…

EditorAkinori Yonezawa, Takayasu Ito

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This volume is a collection of papers on topics focused around concurrency, based on research work presented at the UK/Japan Workshop held at Wadham College, Oxford, September 25-27, 1989. The volume is organized into four parts: - Papers on theoretical aspects of concurrency which reflect strong research activities in the UK, including theories on CCS and temporal logic RDL. - Papers on object orientation and concurrent languages which reflect major research activities on concurrency in Japan. The languages presented include extensions of C, Prolog and Lisp as well as object-based concurrent languages. - Papers on parallel architectures and VLSI logic, including a rewrite rule machine, a graph rewriting machine, and a dataflow architecture. - An overview of the workshop including the abstracts of the talks and the list of participants. The appendix gives a brief report of the first UK/Japan Workshop in Computer Science, held at Sendai, Japan, July 6-9, 1987.
Title:Concurrency: Theory, Language, and Architecture: UK/Japan Workshop, Oxford, UK, September 25-27…Format:PaperbackDimensions:9.61 × 6.69 × 0.07 inPublished:April 10, 1991Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

An introduction to modal and temporal logics for CCS.- Some results on the ?-calculus.- Analysing TM FS : A study of nondeterminism in real-time concurrency.- Using the temporal logic RDL for design specifications.- Logic of execution: An outline.- Exception handling and real time features in an object-oriented concurrent language.- Reuse of concurrent object descriptions.- The computational field model for open distributed environments (extended abstract).- Concurrent programming in COB.- A parallel object oriented language Fleng++ and its control system on the parallel machine PIE64.- An operational semantics of ANDOR-II, a parallel logic programming language with AND- and OR- parallelism.- Premature return - Another interpretation of the future construct - (An extended abstract).- Semantic specifications for the rewrite rule machine.- Graph rewriting as a computational model.- An ultra-multiprocessing machine architecture for efficient parallel execution of functional languages.- A hierarchical approach to hardware design.- Transformational derivation of systolic arrays.- Locally computable coding for unary operations.- Overview of the workshop.- Abstracts of talks.