Comparing data synchronization in Ada 9X and Orca

@article{Bal1995ComparingDS,
  title={Comparing data synchronization in Ada 9X and Orca},
  author={H. Bal},
  journal={ACM Sigada Ada Letters},
  year={1995},
  pages={50-63}
}
  • H. Bal
  • Published 1995
  • Computer Science
  • ACM Sigada Ada Letters
  • Protected object types are one of three major extensions to Ada 83 proposed by Ada 9X. This language feature is intended for light-weight data synchronization between tasks. The Orca parallel programming language has a very similar construct, the shared data-object, with which we have over five years of experience, both in usage and implementation. This paper compares protected objects and shared data-objects, with regard to design, usage, and implementation. 
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