concurrent programming language

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concurrent programming language

A programming language designed to support simultaneous operations. For example, Java and the Java-like Scala language natively support threads and synchronization, whereas languages such as C and C++ rely on external libraries for programming concurrency. See Java, Scala, multithreading, CUDA and multitasking.
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These plans had included the development of a "concurrent computing system, which ensured that all client information was held in three places, so that if one set of data was lost, two other sets were still available.
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I believe that the right ideas to explain concurrent computing will only come from a dialectic between models from logic and mathematics and a proper distillation of a practical experience.
As Stanford, I got interested in trying to understand concurrent computing and parallel computing programs.
Current development of concurrent object-oriented programming (COOP) is providing a solid software foundation for concurrent computing on multiprocessors.
In the context of concurrent computing, however, synchronous communication reduces the number of objects that may be potentially active at any given point in time.

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