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Concurrent programming in ERLANG

@inproceedings{Armstrong1993ConcurrentPI,
  title={Concurrent programming in ERLANG},
  author={Joe L. Armstrong and Robert Virding and Mike Williams},
  year={1993}
}
Preface. I Programming1. An ERLANG Tutorial2. Sequential Programming. 3. Programming with Lists. 4. Programming with Tuples. 5. Concurrent Programming. 6. Distributed Programming. 7. Error Handling. 8. Programming Robust Applications. 9. Miscellaneous Items. II Applications10. Databases. 11. Distributed Programming Techniques. 12. Distributed Data. 13. Operating Systems. 14. Real Time Control. 15. Telephony. 16. An ASN l Compiler: 17. Graphics. 18. Object-Oriented Programming. 
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