Shared State Concurrency

Shared State Concurrency is concurrency among two or more processes (here, a process is a flow of control; rather than a particular type of kernel object) which have some shared state between them; which both processes can read to and write from. See also MessagePassingConcurrency.

SharedStateConcurrency has the following advantages...

...and disadvantages


Criticisms of the "advantages" above:

See also ConceptsTechniquesAndModelsOfComputerProgramming.


CategoryConcurrency

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