Concurrent Collections

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Concurrent Collections (known as CnC) is a programming model for software frameworks to expose parallelism in applications. The Concurrent Collections conception originated from tagged stream processing development with HP TStreams.


Around 2003, Hewlett-Packard Cambridge Research Lab developed TStreams, a stream processing forerunner of the basic concepts of CnC.[1][2][3]

Concurrent Collections for C++[edit]

Concurrent Collections for C++ is an open source C++ template library developed by Intel for implementing parallel CnC applications in C++ with shared and/or distributed memory.

Habanero CnC[edit]

Rice University has developed various CnC language implementations based on their Habanero project infrastructure.

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