Despite many years of research and development, parallel programming remains a difficult and specialized task. A simple but general model for parallel processing is still lacking.This book proposes a model that adds parallelism to functions and objects, allowing simple specification of both parallel execution and inter-process communication. Many examples of applying parallel programming are given.Contents:Parallel Programming: The Basic ConstructsFunctional ProgrammingProgramming with Parallel Functions and TuplesObjects in BaLinda KActive ObjectsApplication Case Studies — Stock Trading System and Salishan ProblemsReviewing the ProgressReadership: Graduate and senior undergraduate students of computer science and computer engineering, and IT professionals working in a multiprocessing or distributed computing environment.

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