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Erlang and Go concurrent programming, objective differences between CSP and Actors?

I was looking into concurrent programming in Erlang and Go programming languages. As per my finding they are used Actor model and CSP respectively. But still I am confused with what are the objective ...
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In what meaningful ways does Erlang prevent race conditions in concurrent programming?

Reading about concurrency in Erlang, reminds me of the Akka concurrency toolkit. Both give you tools to prevent or limit race conditions. But you can send links to mutable data to other processes ...
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Can Clojure's thread-based agents handle c10k performance?

I'm writing a c10k-style service and am trying to evaluate Clojure's performance. Can Clojure agents handle this scale of concurrency with its thread-based agents? Other high performance systems ...
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Performance of concurrent software on multicore processors [closed]

Recently I have often read that, since the trend is to build processors with multiple cores, it will be increasingly important to have programming languages that support concurrent and parallel ...
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1answer
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What are the relative merits for implementing an Erlang-style “Continuation” pattern in C#

What are the relative merits (or demerits) for implementing an Erlang-style "Continuation" pattern in C#. I'm working on a project that has a large number of Lowest priority threads and I'm wondering ...
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What are your thoughts about the Actor Model? [closed]

The Actor Model which is used by Erlang seems to be a very different way to do concurrent programming. What are your thoughts about the Actor Model? Will it be a popular solution for concurrency?