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Integrating Concurrency and Object-Oriented Programming: An Evaluation of Hybrid

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Papathomas, Michael
Published in Tsichritzis, D. Object Management. Geneva: University of Geneva, Centre Universitaire d'Informatique. 1990, p. 229-244
Abstract In this paper we address the effective use of the object-oriented programming approach for concurrent programming from a language design viewpoint. We present a set of requirements for the design of concurrent object-oriented languages. We then use a particular language, Hybrid, as a concrete example and examine to what extent its features meet these requirements. We identify the solutions offered by Hybrid and its shortcomings and we underline both the difficulties and promising directions for the design of concurrent object-oriented languages.
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KONSTANTAS, Dimitri, PAPATHOMAS, Michael. Integrating Concurrency and Object-Oriented Programming: An Evaluation of Hybrid. In: Tsichritzis, D. (Ed.). Object Management. Geneva : University of Geneva, Centre Universitaire d'Informatique, 1990. p. 229-244. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:72834

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