Actalk: A Framework for Object-Oriented Concurrent Programming - Design and Experience

@inproceedings{Briot1999ActalkAF,
  title={Actalk: A Framework for Object-Oriented Concurrent Programming - Design and Experience},
  author={Jean-Pierre Briot},
  year={1999}
}
This paper describes a framework for modeling, classifying, and specializing various object-oriented concurrent programming (OOCP) languages constructs and schemes. This framework, named Actalk, is implemented and integrated within the Smalltalk-80 programming environment. The architecture of the framework is based on the notions of components, parameterization and inheritance. The kernel of the architecture is decomposed into a set of kernel component classes and associated parameter methods… CONTINUE READING

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