An Object-Oriented Concurrent Language for Extensibility and Reuse of Synchronization Components
AbstractConcurrency in object oriented languages seems natural. However well known problems arise when we try to define such concurrent object oriented languages. These problems deal with interferences between expressing true concurrency inside objects and expressing re-use. This article presents a concurrent object model and illustrates through various examples how it solves these interferences.
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Thomas, L. (2012). An Object-Oriented Concurrent Language for Extensibility and Reuse of Synchronization Components. COMPUTING AND INFORMATICS, 15(5), 437–457. Retrieved from https://www.cai.sk/ojs/index.php/cai/article/view/685