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The HT Labs theme Digital Humanities and Difference in Research and Teaching extends a conversation already underway in the vibrant humanities community convened through UMBCs new Inclusion Imperative program, funded by the Andrew W.
Kuwait added $1 million this year to help sustain the imperative program that successively staves off malnourishment.
This is also the case for the parallel imperative program, but the major difference is that the programmer is responsible for parallelism management; and he/she must have a precise knowledge of the underlying architecture to write a program suitable for parallel execution.
As a consequence, most ";" in imperative programs reflect the need to model sequential machines, whereas few are really imposed by the logic of the program.
We consider these programs superior to their counterparts written as imperative programs or as programs in the logic programming style for the following reasons:
In our opinion, the proposed additions blend well with the conventional way we look at imperative programs.
Objective: It is hard to reason about imperative programs, especially when concurrency and pointers are involved.