Coordination with Scopes

@inproceedings{Merrick2000CoordinationWS,
  title={Coordination with Scopes},
  author={Iain Merrick and Alan Wood},
  booktitle={SAC},
  year={2000}
}
The coordination language Linda is well-known for its elegance and flexibility, but Gelemter's original system also has disadvantages which make it unwieldy in certain situations. In more recent systems based on Linda, this has typically been remedied by new coordination primitives. We propose a different solution to some of these problems, by replacing the central notion of tuplespaces with a more general mechanism for scoping over tuples, and argue that this approach provides more flexibility… CONTINUE READING
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