Persönliche Eindrücke und Bilder von der Stadt und der Universität Granada mit Schwerpunkt Informatik-Studium.
Gestaltet von Professor Manuel Capel
Manuel I. Capel-Tuñón (firstname.lastname@example.org)
University of Granada (Spain)
Dpt. Lenguajes y Sistemas Informaticos
über das Thema
Communicating threads and processes
(an approach to reliable parallel programming in Java)
ZEIT: Donnerstag, 2. Dezember 1999 - 16.00 Uhr c.t.
ORT: Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, TNF-Turm, Erdgeschoß, THS 13
Java is commonly considered the ideal language for implementing software for Internet, but a closer look reveals that distributed programming is poorly supported. As one of the most problematic inadequacies of the language, the absence of distribution transparency of programming entities declared within distributed programs would be noted. In order to improve that, the talk will present new programming models based on Java that solve these problems.
Professor Manuel I. Capel-Tuñón research interests are in the field of formal methods for reactive systems (temporal logic and process algebras), concurrent and real time programming languages and paradigms as well as distributed object oriented methods for the specification and design of system software.
After his talk, Manuel Capel-Tuñón
will present the opportunities for students to join the ERASMUS program
and attend part of their studies at the University of Granada. So students
interested in studying abroad are pleasantly invited to join this presentation!
Jörg R. Mühlbacher