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This section contains a number of projects where a single-threaded application has been taken, converted to use multi-threading, and the performance improvements measured and documented. This section should give an idea of the improvements to expect when you decide to thread an application. These case studies document what works, what doesn't work, what approaches to take and what to avoid.
Minimize the complexity inherent in multithreading a .NET* Web Service client. The number of ways in which different parts of a program can interact grows exponentially when we move from sequential, single-threaded operations to concurrent execution. This can make it extremely hard to understand the program's execution.
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The Intel Thread Checker facilitates debugging of multithreaded programs by automatically finding common errors such as storage conflicts, deadlock, API violations, inconsistent variable scope, thread stack overflows, etc. The non-deterministic nature of concurrency errors makes them particularly difficult to find with traditional debuggers. Thread Checker pinpoints error locations down to the source lines involved and provides stack traces showing the paths taken by the threads to reach the error. It also identifies the variables involved.
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