Computer Dictionary/ALLOY

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A language by Thanasis Mitsolides which combines functional programming, object-oriented programming and logic programming ideas, and is suitable for massively parallel systems.

Evaluating modes support serial or parallel execution, [[Computer Dictionary/eager evaluation|eager evaluation]] or lazy evaluation, nondeterminism or multiple solutions etc. ALLOY is simple as it only requires 29 primitives in all (half of which are for [[Computer Dictionary/object oriented programming|object oriented programming]] support).

It runs on SPARC. .

["The Design and Implementation of ALLOY, a Parallel Higher Level Programming Language", Thanasis Mitsolides, PhD Thesis NYU 1990].

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