An Efficient Meta-Lock for Implementing Ubiquitous Synchronization


Programs written in concurrent object-oriented languages, especially ones that employ thread-safe reusable class libraries, can execute synchronization operations (lock, notify, etc.) at an amazing rate. Unless implemented with utmost care, synchronization can become a performance bottleneck. Furthermore, in languages where every object may have its own… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/320384.320402


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