CCAL: An interpreted language for experimentation in concurrent control

@inproceedings{Kearns1987CCALAI,
  title={CCAL: An interpreted language for experimentation in concurrent control},
  author={Phil Kearns and Chris Cipriani and Mitzi Freeman},
  booktitle={PLDI},
  year={1987}
}
  • Phil Kearns, Chris Cipriani, Mitzi Freeman
  • Published in PLDI 1987
  • Computer Science
  • Concurrent Control Abstraction Language, CCAL, is an interpreted language which provides no particular control regime to the user. CCAL instead supports five primitive operations which manipulate an abstract model of inter-procedural control. This model is intrinsically concurrent, and the user is allowed to construct high-level concurrent control operations from the primitives (hence, control abstraction). The primary use of CCAL is as a vehicle by which rapid prototyping of application… CONTINUE READING