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Concurrent programming

Concurrent programming is the technique of programming operations which operate (either actually or apparently) concurrently, either within a single computer, or across a number of systems.

Pioneers in the field of concurrent programming include Edsger Dijkstra and C. A. R. Hoare.

this is a stub article - this topic is more technical than 'multithreading', but should cover many of the same topics at greater depth

Topics in concurrent programming include:

See also:



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