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In addition to multi-paradigm programming, the major strengths of Oz are in constraint programming and distributed programming. Due to its factored design, Oz is able to successfully implement a network-transparent distributed programming model. This model makes it easy to program open, fault-tolerant applications within the language. For constraint programming, Oz introduces the idea of "computation spaces"; these allow user-defined search and distribution strategies orthogonal to the constraint domain.
Programming paradigms can also be compared with programming models that are abstractions of computer systems. For example, the "von Neumann model" is a programming model used in traditional sequential computers. For parallel computing, there are many possible models typically reflecting different ways processors can be interconnected. The most common are based on shared memory, distributed memory with message passing, or a hybrid of the two.
An audio programming language for real-time synthesis, composition, and performance for MacOS X, Windows, and Linux. ChucK presents a new time-based concurrent programming model.