I unexpectedly found a really nice document on sequential consistency as it relates to a programming lanaguage, in this case that language is Chapel
(a parallel language by Cray
from the 2000s) - https://chapel-lang.org/docs/language/spec/memory-consistency-model.html
. If I had known about this before my talk, I probably could have expressed the idea in about 10% of the time :-).
And whereas this is written from the perspective that "Chapel provides a multiprocess" runtime environment and their concerns are "ensuring sequential consistency" in it; my whole premise was, given the idea of sequential consistency and how it applies to parallel environments, how can we express things concurrently with the intent on running them sequentially.
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