Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione     
Ancilotti P., Boari M., Lijtmaer N., Natali A. Linguistic mechanisms for resources management strategies. In: Software-Practice and Experience, vol. 11 pp. 291 - 314. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 1981.
In this paper a unified set of linguistic features for providing a very flexible range of resource management strategies is presented. These features may be embedded in an object oriented programming language with abstract data type definitions. Firstly some of the more frequently used resource management strategies are illustrated and the related problerms of resource allocation, access and synchronýzatýon are discussed. Then linguistic mechanisms to allow static and dynamic resource allocation, static access control and synchronization are presented. Finally some examples, reflecting a wide range of resource management strategies, are discussed in order to illustrate the application of the proposed linguistic features.
Subject Resource allocation
Object oriented programming language
Static access control

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