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Parlog86 and the dining logicians

By G. A. Ringwood

Communications of the ACM, Vol. 31 No. 1, Pages 10-25

A classic problem in concurrent programming is that of the "dining philosophers" which challenges the power of any aspiring concurrent program language. Recently, a growing number of logic programming languages have been refined to handle concurrent programming, one in particular is Parlog86.

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