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The World According To GARP

Kaiser, Gail E.; Campbell, Roy; Goering, Steven; Hinrichs, Susan; Jackels, Brenda; Loyall, Joe; Kaplan, Simon M.

This technical report consists of two papers describing the GARP concurrent programming system. Garp: Graph Abstractions for Concurrent Programming investigates construction of dynamic process topologies in parallel processing languages. It proposes the use of a graph-grammar based formalism to control the complexities arising from trying to program such dynamic networks. Garp: A Graphical Language for Concurrent Programming describes the GARP system, a programming environment that implements this graph-grammar approach, and gives solutions to example problems in which the topologies of concurrent systems dynamically change.

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Computer Science
Publisher
Department of Computer Science, Columbia University
Series
Columbia University Computer Science Technical Reports, CUCS-351-88
Published Here
December 17, 2011
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