Programming in JoCaml (Tool Demonstration)
Part of the
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
book series (LNCS, volume 4960)
JoCaml is a language for concurrent and distributed programming. The language is an extension of Objective Caml with concurrent features inspired by the join-calculus.
We here present the recent release of JoCaml, motivate our fundamental design choices, compare the new release with previous ones, and give a taste of JoCaml by means of a few examples.
KeywordsPattern Match Functional Programming Transport Phase FIFO Queue Reaction Rule
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