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Aghaetal89
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 Gul Aghar & Peter Wegner & Akinori Yonezawa(Ed)
 Proceedings of the ACM SIGPLAN Workshop on Object-Based Concurrent Programming
 SIGPLAN Notes V24n4(Apr 1989)
 =PROCEEDINGS DYNAMICS OBJECT-ORIENTED COROUTINES
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Aghaetal93
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 Gul Agha & Peter Wegner & Akinori Yonezawa(Ed)
 Research Directions in Concurrent Object-Oriented Programming
 MIT Press Cambridge MA 1993 ISBN 0-262-01139-5 CR9502-0058
 =PROCEEDINGS DYNAMICS OBJECT-ORIENTED COROUTINES
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DeLine01
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 Robert DeLine
 Avoiding Packaging Mismatch with Flexible Packaging
 IEEE Trans Software Engineering  V27n2(Feb 2001)pp124-143  in ICSE'99
+ Correction IEEE Trans Software Engineering  V27n6(Jun 2001)p576
 =DEMO MODULE ARCHITECTURE ware+packager NONSEQUENTIAL
 Allows one piece of logic to be mapped into spreadsheet, CGI, yacc, ....
 Stresses use of coroutines as more flexible than procedural code.
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Frazier01
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 George F Frazier
 Cross-Platform coroutine in C++
 Dr. Dobbs #322(Mar 2001)pp72+74+76+78-80
 =EXAMPLE NONSEQUENTIAL NT Solaris parsing
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Grune77
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 ?? Grune
 A View of Coroutines
 ACM SIGPLAN notices Jul 77 pp75-81
 =THEORY non-sequential TECHNICAL
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KrizSandmayer80
.Open KrizSandmayer80
 ? Kriz & ? Sandmayer
 Extension of Pascal by Coroutines & its application to quasiparallel programming & simulation
 Software Practice & Experience 10 p373-398
 =IDEA non-sequential PASCAL
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Meyer93
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 Bertrand Meyer<bertrand@eiffel.com>
 Systematic Concurrent Object-Oriented Programming
 Comm ACM V36n9(Sep 1993)pp56-80
 =ESSAY nonsequential
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"Judging by the looks of the two parties, the marriage between concurrent 
computation and object-oriented programming - a union much desired by 
practitioners in such fields as telecommunications, high performance 
computing, banking, and operating systems - appears easy enough to arrange.
This appearance, however, is deceptive: the problem is a hard one."

p61: "Any general purpose concurrency mechanism should reduce to a coroutine mechanism" [ when only one processing unit is available].

p63: "A fully defined contract implies a no hidden clause property: clients theat 'play by the rule,' observibg the precodition of a call, are guaranteed to obitan the result, as expressed by the postcondition." ... leads to treating pre-conditions as wait conditions in a concuurent (separate) process....informal semantics p67
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