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Entity-life modeling: modeling a thread architecture on the problem environment

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With Java threads and the wider availability of multiprocessors, more programmers are confronted with multithreading. Concurrent threads let you take advantage of multiprocessors to speed up execution. They are also useful on a single processor, where one thread can compute while others wait for external input. Entity-life modeling is an approach for designing multithread programs.

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 4 )