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Parallelism Detection and Scheduling Strategies for Reliable and Efficient Execution on Multicomputers.
Final rept. 8 Feb 91-16 May 94,
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV AT RALEIGH
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Introduced a new concurrent object-oriented language called CORE which solves the inheritance anomaly problem. By separating and localizing the synchronization schemes from the main bodies of the program components, CORE allows a high degree of encapsulation and re-use for the synchronization code and the program modules.
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