Rosette: An object-oriented concurrent systems architecture

@inproceedings{Tomlinson1988RosetteAO,
  title={Rosette: An object-oriented concurrent systems architecture},
  author={C. Tomlinson and W. Kim and M. Scheevel and V. Singh and B. Will and G. Agha},
  booktitle={OOPSLA/ECOOP '88},
  year={1988}
}
  • C. Tomlinson, W. Kim, +3 authors G. Agha
  • Published in OOPSLA/ECOOP '88 1988
  • Computer Science
  • A number of concurrent computers have been designed, such as [Ametek 1988] and [NCUBE 1986]. Taking advantage of concurrency on these computers will require new languages, operating systems, and environments to support the programming, monitoring and control of applications. The Rosette project at MCC is developing a system architecture for general-purpose concurrent computation based on the Actor model [Agha 1986]. The aim of the Rosette architecture is to support the use of concurrent… CONTINUE READING
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