Hi,we are developing an imaging application that uses per image a thread to correlate the image to a reference image. An image takes about 1MByte of data.
I received an announcement in my email for Message-Driven Java Threads API this morning. Apparently, Java threads can send and receive message between themselves with this API.
Threading Model defines the way a user thread maps to a kernel scheduled entity, either a process or a kernel thread. There are two leading models 1:1 (one to one) and M:N.
It is possible to create dynamic lock-free lists that allow for concurrent pushes, pops, and iterations using a "special" reference counted garbage-collector.
Could someone send me an example of an application that use Multithreading & Call Suite control Voicebocx to receive incoming calls?
Does anyone know the availability of NPTL threads for 2.4.xlinux kernels? Is it available and how do I tell?
It's possible to create a fast semaphore in same way that Critical Section is a fast Mutex on windows systems. Ok, not the same way exactly.
Dear Threading team...I use the Thread Checker on Windows* to debug OpenMP programs compiled with the Intel C++ and Fortran compilers -- it is a truly outstanding tool.
The launch of the Xeon 3.06 w/1MB L3 at an affordable price point has attracted the interest of the developer community to the L3 cache potential.