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APCSAC
2003
IEEE
9 years 7 months ago
On Implementing High Level Concurrency in Java
Abstract. Increasingly threading has become an important architectural component of programming languages to support parallel programming. Previously we have proposed an elegant la...
G. Stewart Von Itzstein, Mark Jasiunas
SCCC
1998
IEEE
9 years 8 months ago
Resurrecting Ada's Rendez-Vous in Java
Java is a programming language designed with concurrency in mind from its inception. However, the synchronization mechanism provided is a restricted version of Hoare's Monito...
Luis Mateu, José M. Piquer, Juan Leó...
LCPC
2005
Springer
9 years 9 months ago
Software Thread Level Speculation for the Java Language and Virtual Machine Environment
Thread level speculation (TLS) has shown great promise as a strategy for fine to medium grain automatic parallelisation, and in a hardware context techniques to ensure correct TLS...
Christopher J. F. Pickett, Clark Verbrugge
COMPSAC
2002
IEEE
9 years 8 months ago
Concurrency Control with Java and Relational Databases
As web–based information systems usually run in concurrent environment, the complexity for implementing and testing those systems is significantly high. Therefore it is useful ...
Sérgio Soares, Paulo Borba
ENTCS
2008
140views more  ENTCS 2008»
9 years 3 months ago
Linking Event-B and Concurrent Object-Oriented Programs
The Event-B method is a formal approach to modelling systems, using refinement. Initial specification is a high level of abstraction; detail is added in refinement steps as the de...
Andrew Edmunds, Michael Butler
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