Native actors: a scalable software platform for distributed, heterogeneous environments

@inproceedings{Charousset2013NativeAA,
  title={Native actors: a scalable software platform for distributed, heterogeneous environments},
  author={Dominik Charousset and Thomas C. Schmidt and Raphael Hiesgen and Matthias W{\"a}hlisch},
  booktitle={AGERE!@SPLASH},
  year={2013}
}
Writing concurrent software is challenging, especially with low-level synchronization primitives such as threads or locks in shared memory environments. The actor model replaces implicit communication by an explicit message passing in a 'hared-nothing' paradigm. It applies to concurrency as well as distribution, but has not yet entered the native programming domain. This paper contributes the design of a native actor extension for C++, and the report on a software platform that implements our… CONTINUE READING
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