Concurrent language support for interoperable applications
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Current language mechanisms for concurrency are largely isolated to the domain of single programs. Furthermore, increasing interest in concurrent programming encourages further research into interoperability in multi-lingual, multi-program settings. This paper introduces our work on Synchronizing Interoperable Resources (SIR), a language approach to begin achieving such interpoperability with respect to concurrent language mechanisms.
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