Concurrency in Industry (Wot, no CSPs?)
Authors: Sunter, Johan P. E.
Within an international company such as Philips, systems are made from the very small to the extremely large. And although parallelism is an important aspect of system architecture, it is often overlooked. Due to the wide variety of systems, parallelism presents itself in many different shapes, requiring different design approaches. What approaches have been chosen in the past, and do they have something in common? Can we learn from them how to do it better? What do we need in the future?
Communicating Process Architectures 2000, Peter H. Welch, André W. P. Bakkers, 2000, pp - published by IOS Press, Amsterdam
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