If you're looking to take full advantage of multi-core processors with concurrent programming, this practical book provides the knowledge and hands-on experience you need. The Art of Concurrency is one of the few resources to focus on implementing algorithms in the shared-memory model of multi-core processors, rather than just theoretical models or distributed-memory architectures.
A resource grammar is a standard library for the GF grammar formalism. It raises the abstraction level of writing domainspeciﬁc grammars by taking care of the general grammatical rules of a language. GF resource grammars have been built in parallel for eleven languages and share a common interface, which simpliﬁes multilingual applications. We reﬂect on our experience with the Russian resource grammar trying to answer the questions: how well Russian ﬁts into the common interface and where the line between languageindependent and language-speciﬁc should be drawn. ...
In this all-new third edition, you’ll be introduced to the fundamentals of C# and find updated coverage of application deployment and globalization. You’ll gain a working knowledge of the language and be able to apply it in the .NET environment, build Windows forms, access databases with ADO.NET, write components for ASP.NET, take advantage of .NET support for working with COM and COM+, and much more.
JR is a language for concurrent programming. It is an imperative language
that provides explicit mechanisms for concurrency, communication, and synchronization.
JR is an extension of the Java programming language with additional
concurrency mechanisms based on those in the SR (Synchronizing
Resources) programming language. It is suitable for writing programs for both
shared- and distributed-memory applications and machines; it is, of course, also
suitable for writing sequential programs.