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1999
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Object Types against Races

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Object Types against Races
This paper investigates an approach for statically preventing race conditions in an object-oriented language. The setting of this work is a variant of Gordon and Hankin’s concurrent object calculus. We enrich that calculus with a form of dependent object types that enables us to verify that threads invoke and update methods only after acquiring appropriate locks. We establish that well-typed programs do not have race conditions.
Cormac Flanagan, Martín Abadi
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Type Conference
Year 1999
Where CONCUR
Authors Cormac Flanagan, Martín Abadi
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