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A Technique for Execution of Written Values on Shared Variables

Authors: Parvinder S. Sandhu, Amit Verma, Vijay K. Banga, Prateek Gupta

Abstract:

The current paper conceptualizes the technique of release consistency indispensable with the concept of synchronization that is user-defined. Programming model concreted with object and class is illustrated and demonstrated. The essence of the paper is phases, events and parallel computing execution .The technique by which the values are visible on shared variables is implemented. The second part of the paper consist of user defined high level synchronization primitives implementation and system architecture with memory protocols. There is a proposition of techniques which are core in deciding the validating and invalidating a stall page .

Keywords: barrier, synchronization objects, phases and events, shared memory

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1333530

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