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Most programming languages offer relatively little or no support for parallelism and non-determinism. Support would in particular be very useful for specifying event handling and background processing in applications with graphical user interfaces, and for specifying grammars of input data.
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SubScript: Extending Scala with the Algebra of Communicating Processes
André van Delft is an independent computer science researcher in the Netherlands. He loves math and applies it in programming language extensions.