Concurrent ML

Concurrent ML
Concurrent ML
Auteur John Reppy
Dernière version 110.71 (16 septembre 2009) [+/−]
Paradigme fonctionnel, concurrent
Typage fort
Influencé par Standard ML
A influencé Manticore
Site web http://cml.cs.uchicago.edu/


Concurrent ML (CML) est une version concurrente du langage Standard ML.

C'est un langage de haut niveau, qui intègre des abstractions de communications synchrones en tant qu'objets de première classe.

Il sert de base pour la programmation concurrente dans SML/NJ.

Voir aussi

Liens externes

Bibliographie

  • John Reppy, Concurrent Programming in ML, Cambridge University Press, 1999.



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