Concurrent Programming

Concurrent Programming

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This textbook is designed as a first book on concurrent programming for computer science undergraduates, and provides a comprehensive introduction to the problems of concurrency. Concurrency is of vital importance in many areas of computer science, particularly in operating systems. It is also increasingly being taught in undergraduate courses. The book builds on the student's familiarity with sequential programming in a high level language, which will make it very accessible to computer science students. The book is concerned mainly with the high level aspects of concurrency, which will be equally applicable to traditional time sliced or more recent truly parallel more

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  • Paperback | 252 pages
  • 150.9 x 226.1 x 14.7mm | 413.05g
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0521339936
  • 9780521339933

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1. Introduction to concurrency; 2. Processes and the specification of concurrency; 3. Communication between processes; 4. High-level concurrency constructs - shared data; 5. High-level concurrency constructs - message passing; 6. Languages for concurrency; 7. Implementation of a concurrency Kernel; Bibliography; more

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