Inheritance and Synchronization with Enabled Sets

@inproceedings{Tomlinson1989InheritanceAS,
  title={Inheritance and Synchronization with Enabled Sets},
  author={Chris Tomlinson and Vineet Singh},
  booktitle={OOPSLA},
  year={1989}
}
We discuss several issues related to the integration of inheritance and concurrency in an object-oriented language to support fine-grain parallel algorithms. We present a reflective extension of the actor model to implement inheritance mechanisms within the actor model. We demonstrate that a particularly expressive and inheritable synchronization mechanism must support local reasoning, be composable, be first-class, and allow parameterization based on message content. We present such a… CONTINUE READING

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