Process Synchronization with Readers and Writers Revisited

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Kawash, Jalal;
(2005)

The readers-writers problem is one of the very well known problems in concurrency theory. It was first introduced by Courtois et.al. in 1971 [1] and requires the synchronization of processes trying to read and write a shared resource. Several readers are allowed to acce... View more
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