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Concurrency and Communication: Lessons from the SHIM Project

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Abstract: Describing parallel hardware and software is difficult, especially in an embedded setting. Five years ago, we started the SHIM project to address this challenge by developing a programming language for hardware/software systems. The resulting language describes asynchronously running processes that has the useful property of scheduling-independence: the I/O of a SHIM program is not affected by any scheduling choices.

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