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Concert/C: A Language for Distributed Programming

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Concert/C: A Language for Distributed Programming
Concert/C is a new language for distributed C programming that extends ANSI C to support distribution and process dynamics. Concert/C provides the ability to create and terminate processes, connect them together, and communicate among them. It supports transparent remote function calls (RPC) and asynchronous messages. Interprocess communications interfaces are typed in Concert/C, and type correctness is checked at compile time wherever possible, otherwise at runtime. All C data types, including complex data structures containing pointers and aliases, can be transmitted in RPCs. Concert/C programs run on a heterogeneous set of machine architectures and operating systems and communicate over multiple RPC and messaging protocols. The current Concert/C implementation runs on AIX 3.21 , SunOS 4.1, Solaris 2.2 and OS/2 2.1, and communicates over Sun RPC, OSF/DCE and UDP multicast. Several groups inside and outside IBM are actively using Concert/C, and it is available via anonymous ftp from ...
Joshua S. Auerbach, Arthur P. Goldberg, Germ&aacut
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Type Conference
Year 1994
Where USENIX
Authors Joshua S. Auerbach, Arthur P. Goldberg, Germán S. Goldszmidt, Ajei S. Gopal, Mark T. Kennedy, Josyula R. Rao, James R. Russell
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