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Concurrency in Software

"So, although shared-state concurrency provides the most granular level of control, it is also the most difficult model to program to." - Bill Clementson

I'd have to agree. Proper tech stuf from Bill Clementson, who along with some good links, nicely weaves the Nutch map-reduce implementation and Google Sawzall into a discussion on concurrent programming. Bill also mentions blackboards - here's hoping he follows this post up with a survey of tuple-spaces.

January 6, 2006 12:32 AM


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