Object-Based Models and Languages for Concurrent Systems: ECOOP '94 Workshop on Models and Languages for Coordination of Parallelism and Distribution, by Paolo CiancariniObject-Based Models and Languages for Concurrent Systems: ECOOP '94 Workshop on Models and Languages for Coordination of Parallelism and Distribution, by Paolo Ciancarini

Object-Based Models and Languages for Concurrent Systems: ECOOP '94 Workshop on Models and…

EditorPaolo Ciancarini

Paperback | June 20, 1995

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This volume presents carefully refereed versions of the best papers presented at the Workshop on Models and Languages for Coordination of Parallelism and Distribution, held during ECOOP '94 in Bologna, Italy in July 1994.
Recently a new class of models and languages for distributed and parallel programming has evolved; all these models share a few basic concepts: simple features for data description and a small number of mechanisms for coordinating the work of agents in a distributed setting. This volume demonstrates that integrating such features with those known from concurrent object-oriented programming is very promising with regard to language support for distribution and software composition.
Title:Object-Based Models and Languages for Concurrent Systems: ECOOP '94 Workshop on Models and…Format:PaperbackDimensions:212 pagesPublished:June 20, 1995Publisher:Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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Table of Contents

Rule-based object coordination.- Sender-initiated and receiver-initiated coordination in a global object space.- Correctness-preserving transformations for the design of parallel programs.- Distributed conflicts in communicating systems.- Bauhaus Linda.- On the operational semantics of a coordination language.- Abstracting interactions based on message sets.- Law-governed linda as a coordination model.- Requirements for a composition language.- A model for active object coordination and its use for distributed multimedia applications.- A machine for uncoupled coordination and its concurrent behavior.