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Ten years ago we introduced ReactiveML, an extension of a strict ML language with synchronous parallelismà la Esterel to program reactive applications. Our purpose was to demonstrate that synchronous language principles, originally invented and used for critical real-time control software, would integrate well with ML and prove useful in a wider context: reactive applications with complex data structures and sequential algorithms, organized as a dynamically evolving set of tightly synchronizeddoi:10.1145/2790449.2790509 dblp:conf/ppdp/MandelPP15 fatcat:yilr3iv5wbbebkpq5n2dmvgtfu