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    <title>Project Description: Quanah</title>
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<p><a href="">Quanah</a> is a JavaScript library for
writing concurrent programs in JavaScript that still run correctly in serial
execution environments. <a href="">QMachine</a>, for example,
uses Quanah extensively to implement a web service that acts as a supercomputer
that uses web browsers as computational nodes. I am currently writing several
papers about Quanah and applications that use it, but I promise I will write
more documentation soon!</p>

<p>A <a href="">Node.js</a> module can be installed via
<a href="">NPM</a>. Quanah is also available in
<a href="">Bower</a> and
<a href="!/view/quanah">MinervaJS</a>.</p>

<p>There are several &quot;mirrors&quot; available on
<a href="">Bitbucket</a>,
<a href="">GitHub</a>, and
<a href="">Google Code</a>. Various project statistics are
available on <a href="">GitHub</a> and
<a href="">Ohloh</a>, too.</p>
      Note that this page has already loaded Quanah, which means that you can
      open your browser's developer console and experiment without even leaving
      this page :-)
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