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Optimizing the time cost of parallel structures by scheduling parallel processes to access the critical section

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3 Author(s)
Neilforoshan-Dardashti, M.R. ; Dept. of Comput. Sci., Connecticut State Univ., Hartford, CT, USA ; Ammar, R.A. ; Fergany, T.A.

In a shared-memory parallel processing environment there are a number of inherent hardware and software bottlenecks. One of these bottlenecks is the exclusive accesses that are needed to the shared variables within a critical section. The time cost of synchronization of processes which require access to the critical section can be minimized by using optimal scheduling methods. This paper presents a set of pre-run-time optimal scheduling algorithms for accessing the critical sections by the processes which are spawned at FORK operation and are terminated at the associated JOIN operation

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Computing and Information, 1992. Proceedings. ICCI '92., Fourth International Conference on

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28-30 May 1992

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