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Concurrency is a property of systems in which several processes are executing at the same time.

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Computer Programming, authors clearly explain four main practical approaches to writing concurrent programs: Sequential programming: a baseline approach that has no concurrency; Declarative … concurrency: usable when there is no observable nondeterminism; Message-passing concurrency: concurrent message passing between lots of entities, where each entity internally process the message sequentially …
answered Aug 23 '15 by Jernej Jerin