Discontinued in 2000. Advances in computer architectures and programming languages have enabled designers to achieve new levels of system performance by distributing functions across networks and allowing different processors to operate concurrently on multiple aspects of a problem. The departments, tutorials, and feature articles in IEEE Concurrency chronicle this revolution in computing, giving both software and hardware perspectives on subjects as diverse as collaborative computing, real-time systems, database and transaction processing, heterogeneous computing, and visualization.
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