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Distributed programming in Argus

By Barbara Liskov

Communications of the ACM, Vol. 31 No. 3, Pages 300-312

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Argus—a programming language and system developed to support the implementation and execution of distributed programs—provides mechanisms that help programmers cope with the special problems that arise in distributed programs, such as network partitions and crashes of remote nodes.

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