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JAC: declarative Java concurrency

By Max Haustein and Klaus-Peter Löhr


The Java programming language has a low-level concurrency model which is hard to use and does not blend well with inheritance. JAC is an extension of Java that introduces a higher level of concurrency, hiding threads and separating thread synchronization from application logic in a declarative fashion. The emphasis is on limiting the differences between sequential and concurrent code, thus furthering code reuse, and on avoiding inheritance anomalies. This is achieved by taking a middle road between concurrent code on the one hand and complete separation of sequential application logic from concurrency mechanisms on the other. An extensive comparison with related approaches is given for motivating our design decisions

Year: 2005
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