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Process-oriented programming

Known as: Process oriented programming 
Process-oriented programming is a programming paradigm that separates the concerns of data structures and the concurrent processes that act upon them… 
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2013
2013
Process-oriented programming proves a powerful technique for building control and automation systems. The rising popularity of… 
2009
2009
As the industry moves to more mature software processes (e.g., CMMI) there is increased need to adopt more rigorous… 
2007
2007
The importance of adopting a set of suitable performance measures by a company has long been recognized and is well documented… 
2006
2006
This paper details the design of a new concurrent process-oriented program- ming language, Rain. The language borrows heavily… 
Highly Cited
2005
Highly Cited
2005
We describe the StAC language which can be used to specify the orchestra- tion of activities in long running business… 
1988
1988
This paper argues that co-routines are related to concurrent processes. By adding interrupt mechanisms languages containing co… 
Highly Cited
1976
Highly Cited
1976
Language comprehension is an immensely complex process involving the dynamic interaction of diverse sources of knowledge. In… 
1973
1973
ASPOL (A Simulation Process - Oriented Language) is a simulation language developed specifically for computer system simulation… 
1968
1968
ABSTRACT There is apparently a paradox in that, as artists, some of us become progressively process-oriented, but continue to…