Specifying concurrent objects


The object-oriented style of programming (OOP) is gaining increasing importance as a practical technique for organizing large designs and programs. Another striking aspect of OOP is its potential for concurrent and distributed applications which is based on the fact that objects may coexist in time and concurrently may exchange information by message… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/67387.67432


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@article{Krmer1988SpecifyingCO, title={Specifying concurrent objects}, author={Bernd J. Kr{\"a}mer}, journal={SIGPLAN Notices}, year={1988}, volume={24}, pages={162-164} }