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Java and the Power of Multi-Core Processing

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Java and the Power of Multi-Core Processing
The new era of multi-core processing challenges software designers to efficiently exploit the parallelism that is now massively available. Programmers have to exchange the conventional sequential programming paradigm for parallel programming: single-threaded designs must be decomposed into dependent, interacting tasks. The Java programming language has built-in thread support and is therefore suitable for the development of parallel software, but programming multi-threaded applications is a tedious task. Therefore we are working on a framework and tool support to alleviate the burden of threads, synchronisation and locking, based on process networks. This paper describes our initial ideas for this new programming model.
Peter Bertels, Dirk Stroobandt
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Year 2008
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Authors Peter Bertels, Dirk Stroobandt
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