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Objects for Concurrent Constraint Programming

by Martin Henz

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Published by Springer US in Boston, MA .
Written in English

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  • Software engineering,
  • Computer science,
  • Artificial intelligence

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    Concurrent constraint programming (ccp) is a recent development in programming language design. Its central contribution is the notion of partial information provided by a shared constraint store. This constraint store serves as a communication medium between concurrent threads of control and as a vehicle for their synchronization. Objects for Concurrent Constraint Programming analyzes the possibility of supporting object-oriented programming in ccp. Starting from established approaches, the book covers various object models and discusses their properties. Small Oz, a sublanguage of the ccp language Oz, is used as a model language for this analysis. This book presents a general-purpose object system for Small Oz and describes its implementation and expressivity for concurrent computation. Objects for Concurrent Constraint Programming is written for programming language researchers with an interest in programming language aspects of concurrency, object-oriented programming, or constraint programming. Programming language implementors will benefit from the rigorous treatment of the efficient implementation of Small Oz. Oz programmers will get a first-hand view of the design decisions that lie behind the Oz object system.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Martin Henz
    SeriesThe Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science -- 426, International series in engineering and computer science -- 426.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.7-76.73, QA76.76.C65
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    Pagination1 online resource (xxi, 171 pages).
    Number of Pages171
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27078233M
    ISBN 101461375029, 1461554772
    ISBN 109781461375029, 9781461554776
    OCLC/WorldCa851800326

    Concurrent programming: The broadest presentation of practical concurrent programming available anywhere. One third of the book is devoted to concurrent programming. All important paradigms are presented, including the three most useful ones: declarative (dataflow) concurrency, message-passing concurrency, and shared-state concurrency. Maybe you can have a look at an introductory course thought at the Saarland University about constraint programming. They do not use mozart as dr_pepper said but Gecode. Gecode is a follow-up language of mozart, implemented partly by the same people.

    Safe concurrent programming practices are generalizations of safe and secure sequential programming practices. As discussed in , objects in concurrent programs tend to require more such variables than do those in sequential contexts, to help track and manage the progress of methods that proceed asynchronously. An object constraint. Constraint Programming (CP) has proven to be a very successful technique for reasoning about assignment problems, as evidenced by the many applications described elsewhere in this book. Much of its success is due to the simple and elegant underlying formulation: describe the world in terms of decision variables that must be assigned values, place clear and explicit restrictions on the values.

      The reflective approach (Section 4) integrates protocol libraries within an object-based programming language. The idea is to separate the application program from the various aspects of its implementation and computation contexts (models of computation, communication, distribution, etc.), which are described in terms of metaprograms. Author: Michel Raynal; Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media ISBN: Category: Computers Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This book is devoted to the most difficult part of concurrent programming, namely synchronization concepts, techniques and principles when the cooperating entities are asynchronous, communicate through a shared memory, and may experience .


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Objects for Concurrent Constraint Programming analyzes the possibility of supporting object-oriented programming in ccp. Starting from established approaches, the book covers various object models and discusses their properties.

Small Oz, a sublanguage of the ccp language Oz, is used as a model language for this : Springer US. This book presents a general-purpose object system for Small Oz and describes its implementation and expressivity for concurrent computation.

Objects for Concurrent Constraint Programming is written for programming language researchers with an interest in programming language aspects of concurrency, object-oriented programming, or constraint. Objects for Concurrent Constraint Programming analyzes the possibility of supporting Starting from established approaches, the book covers various object models and discusses their properties.

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Concurrent Constraint Programming (CCP) arose as a generalization of work in data-flow and concurrent logic programming languages. The central idea is to view pro-cesses as independent agents communicating by imposing constraints on shared vari-ables.

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- Selection from Handbook of Constraint Programming [Book]. The job of the constraint programmer is to use mathematical constraints to model real world constraints and objects. In this book, Kim Marriott and Peter Stuckey provide the first comprehensive introduction to the discipline of constraint programming and, in particular, constraint logic by: Meta-object protocols allow to use object-oriented concepts not only to define the properties and behavior of objects, but also of their underlying object model.

Metaobject protocols have been used in programming languages as tools for advanced application programming, for developing programming tools such as debuggers, and for language : Martin Henz. Concurrent Constraint Programming introduces a new and rich class of programming languages based on the notion of computing with partial information, or constraints, that synthesize and extend work on concurrent logic programming and that offer a promising approach for treating thorny issues in the semantics of concurrent, nondeterministic programming at develops an elegant and.

The formally well-founded presentation introduces the common classes of constraint programming languages and constraint systems in a uniform way.

It also includes application examples from real life. We first introduce the basic ideas behind the family of (concurrent) constraint logic programming languages in a calculus-based framework.

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Constraints in Procedural and Concurrent Language s Oz and AKL as Concurrent Constraint Programming Languages The concurrent constraint programming model establishes a.

Concurrent Constraint Programming Vijay A. Saraswat Xerox PARC Martin Rinard Stanford University (Extended Abstract) Abstract This paper presents a new and very rich class of (con- current) programming languages, based on the notion of with parhal information, and the con-File Size: 1MB.

Concurrent Programs A concurrent program consists of a concction of processes and shared objects. Each pro- cess is defined by a sequential program; the shared objects allow these programs to cooperate in accomplishing some task.

The processes can be implemented by multiprogrammln&, where all. Java Spaces Programming (Jini) In computer programming, an application program runs in a certain process of the CPU. Every statement that is then executed within the program is actually being executed in that process.The job of the constraint programmer is to use mathematical constraints to model real world constraints and objects.

In this book, Kim Marriott and Peter Stuckey provide the first comprehensive introduction to the discipline of constraint programming and, in particular, constraint logic programming. The book covers the necessary background material from artificial intelligence, logic.

Problems taking this general, unconstrained form are encountered in distributed protocol development, databases, and concurrent constraint programming. As seen ineven some ordinary-looking design patterns relying on delegation require this kind of treatment when otherwise independent actions in otherwise independent objects must be.