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CC++: A Declarative Concurrent Object Oriented Programming Notation

Chandy, K. Mani and Kesselman, Carl (1993) CC++: A Declarative Concurrent Object Oriented Programming Notation. California Institute of Technology . (Unpublished)

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CC++ is Compositional C++, a parallel object-oriented notation that consists of C++ with six extensions. The goals of the CC++ project are to provide a theory, notation and tools for developing reliable scalable concurrent program libraries, and to provide a framework for unifying: 1.distributed reactive systems, batch-oriented numeric and symbolic applications, and user-interface systems, 2.declarative programs and object-oriented imperative programs, and 3.deterministic and nondeterministic programs. This paper is a brief description of the motivation for CC++, the extensions to C++, a few examples of CC++ programs with reasoning about their correctness, and an evaluation of CC++ in the context of other research on concurrent computation. A short description of C++ is provided.

Item Type:Report or Paper (Technical Report)
Group:Computer Science Technical Reports
Record Number:CaltechCSTR:1993.cs-tr-92-01
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Deposited On:14 May 2001
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