Concurrency: State Models and Java Programsby Jeff Magee, Jeff Kramer
Concurrency is an area of software design that is vital in a wide range of applications where responsiveness are issues. They are especially important in the development of control systems. By their nature, concurrent programs are more complex, and therefore more difficult to reason than sequential programs. In order to ensure a thorough understanding of concurrency, concepts, techniques and problems are presented in many forms, through informal descriptions and illustrative examples, abstractly in models, and concretely in Java.
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Jeff Magee and Jeff Kramer are both of Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London, UK
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