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  1. Concurrent Programming in Java(TM): Design Principles and Pattern (2nd Edition) by Doug Lea, 1999-11-04
  2. Concurrent Programming on Windows by Joe Duffy, 2008-11-07
  3. Principles of Concurrent and Distributed Programming (2nd Edition) by Mordechai Ben-Ari, 2006-03-06
  4. Concurrent Programming: The Java Programming Language by Stephen Hartley, 1998-03-26
  5. Synchronization Algorithms and Concurrent Programming by Gadi Taubenfeld, 2006-07-30
  6. Principles of Concurrent Programming (Prentice Hall Series in Computer Science) by M. Ben-Ari, 1982-08
  7. Concurrent Programming (Cambridge Computer Science Texts) by C. R. Snow, 1992-03-27
  8. Research Directions in Concurrent Object-Oriented Programming
  9. Professional Parallel Programming with C#: Master Parallel Extensions with .NET 4 by Gaston Hillar, 2011-01-11
  10. Concurrent and Real-Time Programming in Java by Andrew Wellings, 2004-11-15
  11. Concurrent Object-Oriented Programming and Petri Nets: Advances in Petri Nets (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  12. Concurrent Programming in ML by John H. Reppy, 2007-09-17
  13. The JR Programming Language: Concurrent Programming in an Extended Java by Ronald A. Olsson, Aaron W. Keen, 2004-07-06
  14. Concurrent and Real-Time Programming in Ada by Alan Burns, Andy Wellings, 2007-07-16

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3. Computer Programming/Concurrent Programming - Wikibooks, Collection Of Open-cont
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Computer programming/Concurrent programming
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Concurrent programming is a computer programming technique that provides for the execution of operations concurrently - either within a single computer, or across a number of systems. In the latter case, the term distributed computing is used. Multiprocessor machines achieve better performance by taking advantage of this kind of programming. In parallel programming, single tasks are split into a number of subtasks that can be computed relatively independently and then aggregated to form a single coherent solution. Parallel programming is most effective for tasks that can easily broken down into independent tasks such as purely mathematical problems, e.g. factorisation. One way to achieve parallel programming is through distributed computing , which is a method of information processing in which work is performed by separate computers linked through a communications network. Pioneers in the field of concurrent programming include Edsger Dijkstra and C. A. R. Hoare

4. Concurrent Programming
Definitions; Creating a new process; Simple message passing; An Echo Process; Selective Message Reception; Selection of Any Message; A Telephony Example
Concurrent Programming
  • Process - A concurrent activity. A complete virtual machine. The system may have many concurrent processes executing at the same time.
  • Message - A method of communication between processes.
  • Timeout - Mechanism for waiting for a given time period.
  • Registered Process - Process which has been registered under a name.
  • Client/Server Model - Standard model used in building concurrent systems.
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Creating a New Process
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Simple Message Passing
- returns the Process Identity (Pid) of the process executing this function. From and Msg become bound when the message is received. Messages can carry data.
  • Messages can carry data and be selectively unpacked.
  • The variables A and D become bound when receiving the message.
  • If A is bound before receiving a message then only data from this process is accepted.
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An Echo process
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Selective Message Reception
The message foo is received - then the message bar - irrespective of the order in which they were sent.

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7. Category:Concurrent Programming - Esolang
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8. Concurrent Programming | Clojure
Features. Dynamic Development Functional Programming Lisp Runtime Polymorphism Concurrent Programming Hosted on the JVM
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Today's systems have to deal with many simultaneous tasks and leverage the power of multi-core CPUs. Doing so with threads can be very difficult due to the complexities of synchronization. Clojure simplifies multi-threaded programming in several ways. Because the core data structures are immutable, they can be shared readily between threads. However, it is often necessary to have state change in a program. Clojure, being a practical language, allows state to change but provides mechanism to ensure that, when it does so, it remains consistent, while alleviating developers from having to avoid conflicts manually using locks etc. The software transactional memory system (STM), exposed through dosync ref set alter et al, supports

9. Concurrent Programming - SwinBrain
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Most programs are written with a single thread of control (i.e. one path through the program). Concurrent programs move beyond a single path, introducing multiple paths which are executed concurrently.
This section outlines some of the basics related to concurrent programming.
  • Design Factors : This page lists the main concerns when writing concurrent programs. Critical Sections : Allow you to define sections of your code which cannot be accessed concurrently.
There are several different concurrency utilities that are commonly used.
  • Semaphore : This utility provides a way of sharing tokens between threads. Mutex : This utility can be used to provide mutual exclusive access to a resource. Latch : Is a Boolean switch that can be set once.

10. Through The Interface: Concurrent Programming
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A simple taxonomy of programming languages
Someone asked me recently how I categorize different programming paradigms. I thought it was a very interesting question, so here's what I responded. Please bear in mind that this is very much the way I see things, and is neither an exhaustive nor a formally-ratified taxonomy. One way to look at languages is whether they're declarative or imperative Declarative programming languages map the way things are by building up “truths”: this category includes functional programming languages (such as Miranda Haskell and Erlang ) which tend to be mathematical in nature (you define equations) and start with lambda calculus as a foundation. The other main set of declarative languages are

11. Concurrent Programming - Indopedia, The Indological Knowledgebase
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12. Parallel Processing Tutorials - Results By Free Computer Training Search
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14. IIT Science And Letters | Computer Science | Research | Concurrent Programming R
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Concurrent Programming Research Laboratory
The goal of the Concurrent Programming Research Laboratory (CONCUR) is to investigate new methods for the specification and design of concurrent/distributed systems with adaptive or reflective behavior. Current research projects include:
  • A graphical framework for developing adaptable client/server applications. A meta object protocol (MOP) for reflective systems. The applicability of formal methods, verification, and refinement techniques to complex distributed systems.
Faculty contact: Dr. Tzilla Elrad

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16. CodeFutures Corporate Weblog: Concurrent Programming
Concurrent Programming. The subject of concurrent programming writing applications that do more than one thing at the same time - should be one of the
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The subject of concurrent programming - writing applications that do more than one thing at the same time - should be one of the hottest in information technology. I just bought a top of the range PC with an Intel Core Duo Processor. There was a fairly big price premium for the best dual core processor so I ask the vendor what applications are written (using concurrent programming) to take advantage of the multiple cores. The answer was NONE! The problem is that almost nobody knows anything about practical concurrent programming beyond impractical (for business application development) threading so business applications are just not written using concurrent programming. PJ Murray
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17. Keyword: Concurrent Programming
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18. Wiki Concurrent Computing
Wiki Concurrent computing. Contents 1. Concurrent interaction and communication 2. Coordinating access to resources 3. Advantages
Wiki: Concurrent computing Ad: Stay in touch on your phone, FREE! Concurrent computing is the concurrent (simultaneous) execution of multiple interacting computational tasks. These tasks may be implemented as separate programs , or as a set of processes or threads created by a single program. The tasks may also be executing on a single processor several processors in close proximity, or distributed across a network. Concurrent computing is related to parallel computing , but focuses more on the interactions between tasks. Correct sequencing of the interactions or communications between different tasks, and the coordination of access to resources that are shared between tasks, are key concerns during the design of concurrent computing systems. Pioneers in the field of concurrent computing include Edsger Dijkstra Per Brinch Hansen , and C. A. R. Hoare Contents:
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In some concurrent computing systems communication between the concurrent components is hidden from the programmer (e.g., by using

19. Concurrent Programming | Romanian | Dictionary & Translation By Babylon
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20. Concurrent Programming : The Java Programming Language - ANobii
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