On parallel programming language caper. Caper is a parallel programming language, which supports declarative parallel computations and control of all architectures by Flynn. Caper has a self-organization and asynchronous events processing programming means. Represented language has various variables with different scope, time of creation and survival time. Besides, Caper has so called “controlled variables” or variables with statuses, which allow to regulate usage of variables by different parallel processes. Caper based on virtual machines system, including own parallel virtual machine. This property allows to create programs not depended on multitasking management of operating systems.

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  1. Vartanov, Sergey R.: On parallel programming language caper (2001)