The ADAMS Language: A Tutorial and Reference Manual

Author:Pfaltz, John, Institute for Parallel ComputationUniversity of Virginia

This report describes the ADAMS language as it would be used by an applications programmer. It does not describe how ADAMS is implemented. The first three sections assume no knowledge of ADAMS whatever, and are quite tutorial in nature. Only basic, introductory concepts are covered. The remaining sections, although still tutorial, presume some familiarity, e.g. having coded simple programs of the same complexity as those in Section 3. The treatment in these sections is definitive, so that the report can be also used as a reference manual.

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Pfaltz, John. "The ADAMS Language: A Tutorial and Reference Manual." University of Virginia Institute for Parallel Computation Tech Report (1993).

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