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Coordination using a Single-Writer Multiple-Reader Concurrent Logic Language

@inproceedings{Huntbach2013CoordinationUA,
  title={Coordination using a Single-Writer Multiple-Reader Concurrent Logic Language},
  author={Matthew M. Huntbach},
  year={2013}
}
  • Matthew M. Huntbach
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science
  • The principle behind concurrent logic programming is a set of processes which co-operate in monotonically constraining a global set of variables to particular values. Each process will have access to only some of the variables, and a process may bind a variable to a tuple containing further variables which may be bound later by other processes. This is a suitable model for a coordination language. In this paper we describe a type system which ensures the co-operation principle is never breached… CONTINUE READING

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