Design Principles

  • Per Brinch Hansen


This is the opening chapter of the author’s book on concurrent programming. The essay describes the fundamental principles of programming which guided the design and implementation of the programming language Concurrent Pascal and the model operating systems written in that language.


Design Principle Concurrent Program Large Program Good Program Abstract Language 
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