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Concurreny Support for C ++ : An Overview \Lambda Eshrat Arjomandi
 

Summary: Concurreny Support for C ++ : An Overview \Lambda
Eshrat Arjomandi
Department of Computer Science,
York University, Toronto,
Ontario, M3J­1P3
eshrat@cs.yorku.ca
William O'Farrell and Ivan Kalas
Centre for Advanced Studies
IBM Canada Ltd.
895 Don Mills Road
North York, Ontario, M3C 1W3
fbillo, kalasg@torolab.vnet.ibm.com
Abstract
Many attempts have been made in adding concurrency to C ++ either by ex­
tending the language or through the use of a class library. This paper reviews
and analyzes some of the concurrent C ++ ­based systems. We study the various
approaches taken by these systems in adding concurrency to C ++ and how these
approaches interact with the object­oriented paradigm.
1 Introduction
Concurrency has been the subject of much research for over three decades. Traditionally,

  

Source: Arjomandi, Eshrat - Department of Computer Science, York University (Toronto)

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences