Delirium: an embedding coordination language

@article{Lucco1990DeliriumAE,
  title={Delirium: an embedding coordination language},
  author={Steven Lucco and Oliver Sharp},
  journal={Proceedings SUPERCOMPUTING '90},
  year={1990},
  pages={515-524}
}
  • Steven Lucco, Oliver Sharp
  • Published in
    Proceedings SUPERCOMPUTING…
    1990
  • Computer Science
  • The authors outline a strategy for expressing coordination of sequential subcomputations, realized in the embedding language Delirium. In contrast to existing embedded languages, the notation clearly expresses the coordination framework of the application. All the coordination required to execute the program is expressed in a unified Delirium program. The program contains the computational code in the form of embedded operators, written using conventional tools. The proposed environment, which… CONTINUE READING

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