POOL2

Parallel Object-Oriented Language 2.

Philips Research Labs, 1987.

Strongly typed, synchronous message passing, designed to run on DOOM (DOOM = Decentralised Object-Oriented Machine).

["POOL and DOOM: The Object- Oriented Approach", J.K. Annot, PAM den Haan, in Parallel Computers, Object-Oriented, Functional and Logic, P. Treleaven ed].

["Issues in the Design of a Parallel Object-Oriented Language", P. America, Formal Aspects of Computing 1(4):366-411 (1989)].

Last updated: 1995-02-07

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