[kuh n-kur-uh nt, -kuhr-] /kənˈkɜr ənt, -ˈkʌr-/
occurring or existing simultaneously or side by side:
concurrent attacks by land, sea, and air.
acting in conjunction; cooperating:
the concurrent efforts of several legislators to pass the new law.
having equal authority or jurisdiction:
two concurrent courts of law.
accordant or agreeing:
concurrent testimony by three witnesses.
tending to or intersecting at the same point:
four concurrent lines.
something joint or contributory.
Archaic. a rival or competitor.
taking place at the same time or in the same location
meeting at, approaching, or having a common point: concurrent lines
having equal authority or jurisdiction
in accordance or agreement; harmonious
something joint or contributory; a concurrent circumstance or cause
late 14c., from Old French concurrent or directly from Latin concurrentem (nominative concurrens), present participle of concurrere (see concur). Related: Concurrency; concurrently. Concurrent jurisdiction is recorded from 1767.
- Concurrent c
1. An extension of C with rendezvous-based concurrency. Versions for most Unix systems are available commercially from AT&T. [“Concurrent C”, N.H. Gehani et al, Soft Prac & Exp 16(9):821-844 (1986)]. [“The Concurrent C Programming Language”, N. Gehani et al, Silicon Press 1989]. (1994-11-11) 2. An extension of C with asynchronous message passing. [“Concurrent C: A […]
- Concurrent clean
language An alternative name for Clean 1.0. (1995-11-08)
- Concurrent clu
Hamilton, 1984. [“Preserving Abstraction in Concurrent Programming”, R. Cooper et al, IEEE Trans Soft Eng SE-14(2):258-263 (Feb 1988)].
- Concurrent constraint programming
language (CCP) Not a language, but a general approach. [Details?] (2001-11-01)