Static Networks: A Powerful and Elegant Extension to Concurrent Object-Oriented Languages
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) 1998
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A network of objects is a set of objects interconnected by pointers or the equivalent. In traditional languages, objects are allocated individually, and networks of objects are assembled incrementally. We present a set of language constructs that can create static networks: networks of objects which are created atomically, and which are immutable. Then, we present some of the most interesting abilities of static networks.
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