Concurrent programming: Algorithms, Principles and Foundations [ Livre] / Michel, Raynal

Auteur principal: Raynal, Michel, 19..-....Langue: Anglais ; de l'oeuvre originale, Anglais.Publication : Berlin : Springer-Verlag, 2012Description : 538 pagesISBN: 9783642320262.Classification: D ProgrammationRésumé: Part I - Lock-Based Synchronization.- Chap. 1 - The Mutual Exclusion Problem.- Chap. 2 - Solving Mutual Exclusion.- Chap. 3 - Lock-Based Concurrent Objects.- Part II - On the Foundations Side: The Atomicity Concept.- Chap. 4 - Atomicity: Formal Definition and Properties.- Part III - Mutex-Free Synchronization.- Chap. 5 - Mutex-Free Concurrent Objects.- Chap. 6 - Hybrid Concurrent Objects.- Chap. 7 - Wait-Free Objects from Read/Write Registers Only.- Chap. 8 - Snapshot Objects from Read/Write Registers Only.- Chap. 9 - Renaming Objects from Read/Write Registers Only.- Part IV - The Transactional Memory Approach.- Chap. 10 - Transactional Memory.- Part V - On the Foundations Side: From Safe Bits to Atomic Registers.- Chap. 11 - Safe, Regular and Atomic Read/Write Registers.- Chap. 12 - From Safe Bits to Atomic Bits: A Lower Bound and an Optimal Construction.- Chap. 13 - Bounded Constructions of Atomic b-Valued Registers.- Part VI - On the Foundations Side: The Computability Power of Concurrent Objects (Consensus).- Chap. 14 - Universality of Consensus.- Chap. 15 - The Case of Unreliable Base Objects.- Chap. 16 - Consensus Numbers and the Consensus Hierarchy.- Chap. 17 - The Alphas and Omega of Consensus: Failure Detector-Based Consensus.- Afterword.- Bibliography.- Index..Sujet - Nom commun: Algorithmes | Programmation parallèle (informatique)
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Part I - Lock-Based Synchronization.- Chap. 1 - The Mutual Exclusion Problem.- Chap. 2 - Solving Mutual Exclusion.- Chap. 3 - Lock-Based Concurrent Objects.- Part II - On the Foundations Side: The Atomicity Concept.- Chap. 4 - Atomicity: Formal Definition and Properties.- Part III - Mutex-Free Synchronization.- Chap. 5 - Mutex-Free Concurrent Objects.- Chap. 6 - Hybrid Concurrent Objects.- Chap. 7 - Wait-Free Objects from Read/Write Registers Only.- Chap. 8 - Snapshot Objects from Read/Write Registers Only.- Chap. 9 - Renaming Objects from Read/Write Registers Only.- Part IV - The Transactional Memory Approach.- Chap. 10 - Transactional Memory.- Part V - On the Foundations Side: From Safe Bits to Atomic Registers.- Chap. 11 - Safe, Regular and Atomic Read/Write Registers.- Chap. 12 - From Safe Bits to Atomic Bits: A Lower Bound and an Optimal Construction.- Chap. 13 - Bounded Constructions of Atomic b-Valued Registers.- Part VI - On the Foundations Side: The Computability Power of Concurrent Objects (Consensus).- Chap. 14 - Universality of Consensus.- Chap. 15 - The Case of Unreliable Base Objects.- Chap. 16 - Consensus Numbers and the Consensus Hierarchy.- Chap. 17 - The Alphas and Omega of Consensus: Failure Detector-Based Consensus.- Afterword.- Bibliography.- Index.

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