Shared Dataspace Language, aka Shared Dataspace Language, is an actively used programming language created in 1988. he authors are currently evaluating the use of shared dataspace paradigm as the basis for a novel programming language, called SDL (Shared Dataspace Language), that supports large-scale concurrency. Their goal is to develop the software support needed for the design, analysis, understanding, and testing of programs involving many thousands of concurrent processes running on a highly parallel multiprocessor. The authors provide an overview of the key SDL features, using small examples to illustrate its power and flexibility
- the Shared Dataspace Language wikipedia page
- Shared Dataspace Language first appeared in 1988
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Last updated February 18th, 2020