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  1. June 17th, 2009 — Concurrent Programming in the D Programming Language — Walter Bright

    Published: Mon 01 June 2009
    By nwcpp

    In 2009.

    Location

    Building 41
    One Microsoft Way
    Redmond, Washington 98052

    Abstract

    Many-core concurrent programming offers exciting and compelling advantages. The single-core, single-thread programming model is assumed by imperative programming languages. This model offers sequential consistency as its fundamental characteristic. Because many-core systems use layered cache memory systems, sequential consistency ...

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  2. April 15th, 2009 — Axum: The Language Of Agents — Artur Laksberg

    Published: Wed 01 April 2009
    By nwcpp

    In 2009.

    Location

    Building 41
    One Microsoft Way
    Redmond, Washington 98052

    Abstract

    Axum is an incubation project in Microsoft’s Parallel Computing Team. A .Net programming language based on asynchronous agents, isolation, and message-passing, Axum allows developers to partition their applications into isolated components that communicate with each other via ...

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  3. February 18th, 2009 — CCR: Concurrency and Coordination Runtime — Andreas Ulbrich

    Published: Sun 01 February 2009
    By nwcpp

    In 2009.

    Location

    Building 41
    One Microsoft Way
    Redmond, Washington 98052

    Abstract

    The Concurrency and Coordination Runtime (CCR) provides developers an easy way to create and coordinate loosely-coupled, data-driven applications. It is one of the core building blocks of Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio but has applications far beyond robotics. CCR ...

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