*MOD—A Language for Distributed Programming

@article{Cook1980MOD8212ALF,
  title={*MOD—A Language for Distributed Programming},
  author={Robert P. Cook},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering},
  year={1980},
  volume={SE-6},
  pages={563-571}
}
Distributed programming is characterized by high communications costs and the inability to use shared variables and procedures for interprocessor synchronization and communication. *MOD is a high-level language system which attempts to address these problems by creating an environment conducive to efficient and reliable network software construction. Several of the *MOD distributed programming constructs are discussed as well as an interprocessor communication methodology. Examples illustrating… CONTINUE READING
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