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1993 Technical Reports

Concurrency Support of C++: An Overview

Eshrat Arjomandi, William O'Farrell, and Ivan Kales

Technical Report CS-93-03

York University

August 1993


Many attempts have been made in adding concurrency to C++ either by extending the language or through the use of a class library. This paper reviews and analyzes some of the concurrent C++-based systems. We study the various approaches taken by these systems in adding concurrency to C++ and how these approaches interact with the object-oriented paradigm.

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