Concurrent object-oriented programming

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Concurrent object-oriented programming is a programming paradigm which combines object-oriented programming (OOP) together with concurrency. While numerous programming languages, such as Java, combine OOP with concurrency mechanisms like threads, the phrase "concurrent object-oriented programming" primarily refers to systems where objects themselves are a concurrency primitive, such as when objects are combined with the actor model.

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  • Concurrent Object-Oriented Languages and the Inheritance Anomaly
  • "Composing Active Objects: The Next 700 Concurrent Object-Oriented Languages". CiteSeerX

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