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distributed concurrent implementation of Standard ML.

David C. J. Matthews

distributed concurrent implementation of Standard ML.

by David C. J. Matthews

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Published by University of Edinburgh, Laboratory for Foundations of Computer Science in Edinburgh .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesLFCS report series -- ECS-LFCS-91-174
ContributionsUniversity of Edinburgh. Laboratory for Foundations of Computer Science.
The Physical Object
Pagination11p.
Number of Pages11
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13937668M

Standard ML of New Jersey (abbreviated SML/NJ) is a compiler for the Standard ML '97 programming language with associated libraries, tools, and documentation. SML/NJ is free, open source software.. What's New [] In conjunction with the release of Version , there is now online documentation for most of the SML/NJ Library. [] Version is released. (and more!) in Concurrent Haskell. Our implementation is surprisingly efficient, even without pos-sible optimizations. In several small, informal experiments, our li-brary seems to outperform OCaml’s standard library of Concurrent ML-style primitives. At the heart of our implementation is a new distributed syn-.

mentors. Because of space constraints, much of the implementation is omitted, but an extended version of this paper will be available as technical report [14]. 2 A CML overview Concurrent ML is a higher-order concurrent language that is embedded into Standard ML [1,2]. It supports a rich set of concurrency mechanisms, but for purposes of this. Standard ML Family GitHub Project This is the web page for the Standard ML Family GitHub project (organization name: SMLFamily). This site is very much "under construction", and it replaces the earlier SourceForge web site for (which now redirects to this page).

Books Several textbooks on SML programming are available. We recommend the first two in this list. ML for the Working Programmer assumes a little more programming experience than Elements of ML Programming, however either one ought to be adequate for learning the of these books are in their second editions, now covering the SML '97 version of the language and Basis. Principal lecturer: Dr Robert Watson Additional lecturer: Dr Anil Madhavapeddy Taken by: Part IB Past exam questions: Concurrent and Distributed Systems, Concurrent and Distributed Systems, Concurrent Systems Information for supervisors (contact lecturer for access permission). No. of lectures: 16 (Continued in Lent Term) Suggested hours of supervisions: 4.


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Order language Standard ML (SML) [MTH90, MTHM97], which is the most prominent member of the ML family of languages. In particular, the bulk of this book focuses on concurrent programming using the language Concurrent ML (CML), which extends SML with independent processes and higher-order communication and synchronization primitives.

Concurrent Programming in ML focuses on the practical use of concurrency to implement naturally concurrent applications. In addition to a tutorial introduction to programming in Concurrent ML (CML), the book presents three extended examples using CML for practical systems programming: a parallel software build system, a simple concurrent window manager, and an implementation of distributed Cited by: Concurrent ML (CML) is a concurrent extension of the Standard ML programming language characterized by its ability to allow programmers to create composable communication abstractions that are first class rather than built into the language.

The design of CML and its primitive operations have been adopted in several other programming languages such as GNU Guile, Racket, and Manticore. Programming In Ml Concurrent ML (CML), the book presents three extended examples using CML for practical systems programming: a parallel software build system, a simple concurrent window manager, and an implementation of distributed tuple spaces.

Concurrent Programming in ML: Page 5/   Concurrent Programming ML (CML), included as part of the SML of New Jersey (SML/NJ) distribution, combines the best features of concurrent programming and functional programming.

This practical, "how-to" book focuses on the use of concurrency to implement naturally concurrent applications. In addition to a tutorial introduction to programming in CML, the book.

Download Citation | On Jan 1,John Reppy Professor published Concurrent ML | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. A Distributed Concurrent Implementation of Standard ML David Matthews. Abstract: Standard ML is a functional programming language used extensively in universities and increasingly in industry.

This paper discusses a concurrency mechanism which has been implemented in the Poly/ML implementation of Standard ML and has been used on uniprocessors and shared memory multiprocessors.

Work by Matthews and Le Sergent [MLS95] and Steckler [Ste96] with Distributed Poly/ML and LCS describes mechanisms for efficient implementation of concurrent programming in a distributed.

LCS is an experimental high level parallel programming language aimed at exploring design, implementation and use of programming languages based upon process calculi. LCS extends Standard ML with primitives for concurrency and communication based upon a higher order extension of the CCS formalism.

David C. J Matthews. A distributed concurrent implementation of Standard ML. In Proceedings of EurOpen Autumn Conference, Budapest, Hungary, September Also in LFCS Report Series ECS-LFCS Google Scholar. nition of Standard ML (Revised) is the formal definition of the language.

It is supplemented by the Standard ML Basis Library, which defines a com-mon basis of types that are shared by all implementations of the language. Commentary on Standard ML discusses some of the decisions that went into the design of the first version of the language.

Get this from a library. ML with concurrency: design, analysis, implementation, and application. [Flemming Nielson;] -- Standard ML is emerging as one of the most widely used functional programming languages.

Equally, concurrent programming is becoming an increasingly important area of. Parallel and distributed languages specify computations on multiple processors and have a computation language to describe the algorithm, i.e. what to compute, and a coordination language to describe how to organise the computations across the processors.

Haskell has been used as the computation language for a wide variety of parallel and distributed languages, and this paper is a. A distributed protocol for channelbased communication with choice. ECRC, Munich. In Preparation. Google Scholar; Mat David Matthews. A distributed concurrent implementation of Standard ML.

In EurOpen Autumn Conference, To appear. Google Scholar; Mit Kevin Mitchell. implementations of Process Synchronisation and their Analysis. Standard ML (SML) is a general-purpose, modular, functional programming language with compile-time type checking and type is popular among compiler writers and programming language researchers, as well as in the development of theorem provers.

SML is a modern dialect of ML, the programming language used in the Logic for Computable Functions (LCF) theorem-proving project. The book covers the topic of concurrent programming using Concurrent ML (CML), an extension of the functional language Standard ML. The book is a practical 'how-to' book with applications for programmers interested in CML, but it also includes technical discussions of the.

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Concurrent Programming in ML focuses on the practical use of concurrency to implement naturally concurrent applications. In addition to a tutorial introduction to programming in Concurrent ML (CML), the book presents three extended examples using CML for practical systems programming: a parallel software build system, a simple concurrent window manager, and an implementation of distributed Reviews: 3.

ML ("Meta Language") is a general-purpose functional programming has roots in Lisp, and has been characterized as "Lisp with types".

[citation needed] ML is a statically-scoped functional programming language like is known for its use of the polymorphic Hindley–Milner type system, which automatically assigns the types of most expressions without requiring explicit type. Alice ML is a functional programming language based on Standard ML, extended with rich support for concurrent, distributed, and constraint programming.

Alice ML extends Standard ML with several new features: Futures: laziness and light-weight concurrency with implicit data-flow synchronisation. Standard ML of New Jersey is a comprehensive implementation, and is the most widely used.

There are two other implementations, MLKit and Moscow ML. Concurrent ML is an extension of Standard ML with primitives for concurrent programming; it is available as part of the Standard ML .Both functional and concurrent programming are relatively new paradigms with great promise.

In this book, a survey is provided of extensions to Standard ML, one of the most widely used functional lang.Concurrent computing is a form of computing in which several computations are executed concurrently—during overlapping time periods—instead of sequentially, with one completing before the next starts.

This is a property of a system—whether a program, computer, or a network—where there is a separate execution point or "thread of control" for each process.