Behaviour Based Programming

Event-Based Programming: Taking Events to the Limit by Ted Faison

Event-Based Programming: Taking Events to the Limit by Ted Faison
English | May 1, 2006 | ISBN: 1590596439 | 678 Pages | PDF | 4 MB

Languages like C#, VB .NET, and Delphi include built-in support for events, and these events become very powerful when they connect the objects and components of a system. Events make it possible for such parts to interact without any coupling. And the resulting parts can be developed and tested individuallywhich keeps the code clean and simple.
Humanitarian Crises, Intervention and Security: A Framework for Evidence-Based Programming

Humanitarian Crises, Intervention and Security: A Framework for Evidence-Based Programming (Routledge Studies in Intervention and Statebuilding) by Liesbet Heyse, Andrej Zwitter, Rafael Wittek, Joost Herman
2015 | ISBN: 0415830397 | English | 238 pages | PDF | 1 MB
Come, Let's Play: Scenario-Based Programming Using LSCs and the Play-Engine (repost)

Come, Let's Play: Scenario-Based Programming Using LSCs and the Play-Engine by Rami Marelly
English | June 23, 2003 | ISBN: 3540007873 | 382 pages | PDF | 7 MB

This book does not tell a story. Instead, it is about stories. Or rather, in technical terms, it is about scenarios. Scenarios of system behavior. It con­ centrates on reactive systems, be they software or hardware, or combined computer-embedded systems, including distributed and real-time systems. We propose a different way to program such systems, centered on inter­ object scenario-based behavior. The book describes a language, two tech­ niques, and a supporting tool. The language is a rather broad extension of live sequence charts (LSCs), the original version of which was proposed in 1998 by W. Damm and the first-listed author of this book.
Event-Based Programming: Taking Events to the Limit [Repost]

Event-Based Programming: Taking Events to the Limit by Ted Faison
Apress | May 01 2006 | ISBN: 1590596439 | Pages: 700 | PDF | 4.6 MB

Languages like C#, VB .NET, and Delphi include built-in support for events, and these events become very powerful when they connect the objects and components of a system. Events make it possible for such parts to interact without any coupling. And the resulting parts can be developed and tested individuallywhich keeps the code clean and simple.
Event-Based Programming: Taking Events to the Limit (Repost)

Event-Based Programming: Taking Events to the Limit By Ted Faison
2006 | 700 Pages | ISBN: 1590596439 | PDF | 4 MB
Come, Let's Play: Scenario-Based Programming Using LSCs and the Play-Engine

Come, Let's Play: Scenario-Based Programming Using LSCs and the Play-Engine By David Harel, Rami Marelly
Publisher: Sp[rin//ge]r 2003 | 400 Pages | ISBN: 3540007873 | PDF | 7 MB
Feature-based Programming . Leichte Methoden im praktischen Einsatz

Stefan Richter “Feature-based Programming . Leichte Methoden im praktischen Einsatz"
Addison-Wesle | 2003-05-15 | ISBN: 3827320771 | 174 pages | PDF | 1,39 MB
Flow-Based Programming A New Approach to Application Development

J. Paul Morrison, "Flow-Based Programming A New Approach to Application Development"
Van Nostrand Reinhold (July 1994) | ISBN:0442017715 | 316 pages | PDF | 1,4 Mb
The Interpretation of Object-Oriented Programming Languages

The Interpretation of Object-Oriented Programming Languages by Iain Craig
English | July 31, 2012 | ISBN: 1447133919 | 266 Pages | PDF | 9 MB

This book provides a comprehensive treatment of the main approaches to object-oriented programming, including class-based programming, prototype programming, and actor-like languages. This book will be useful for students studying object-oriented programming, as well as for researchers and computer scientists requiring a detailed account of object-oriented programming languages and their central concepts.
Professional Parallel Programming with C#: Master Parallel Extensions with .NET 4 (repost)

Professional Parallel Programming with C#: Master Parallel Extensions with .NET 4 by Gast?n C. Hillar
English | December 21, 2010 | ISBN: 0470495995 | 576 Pages | PDF | 53 MB

As PC processors explode from one or two to now eight processors, there is an urgent need for programmers to master concurrent programming. This book dives deep into the latest technologies available to programmers for creating professional parallel applications using C#, .NET 4, and Visual Studio 2010. The book covers task-based programming, coordination data structures, PLINQ, thread pools, asynchronous programming model, and more. It also teaches other parallel programming techniques, such as SIMD and vectorization.