MODEST--a language for parallel programming
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MODEST--a language for parallel programming by Ignacy Kaliszewski

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Published by Wydawn. IPI PAN in Warsaw .
Written in English


  • MODEST (Computer program language),
  • Parallel programming (Computer science)

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Edition Notes

StatementIgnacy Kaliszewski, Marek Wojtowicz.
SeriesPrace IPI PAN,, ICS PAS reports ;, 697, Prace IPI PAN ;, 697.
ContributionsWojtowicz, Marek.
LC ClassificationsQA297 .P64 no. 697, QA76.73.M62 .P64 no. 697
The Physical Object
Pagination18 p. ;
Number of Pages18
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1650408M
LC Control Number91208517

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