Evaluation of Causal Distributed SharedMemory for Data-race-free Programs

@inproceedings{John1994EvaluationOC,
  title={Evaluation of Causal Distributed SharedMemory for Data-race-free Programs},
  author={Ranjit John and Mustaque and AhamadCollege},
  year={1994}
}
Distributed Shared Memory (DSM) is becoming an accepted abstraction for programming distributed systems. Although DSM could simplify the programming of distributed applications, maintaining a consistent view of shared memory operations across processors in a distributed system can be expensive. The causal consistency model of DSM can allow more eecient implementations of DSM because it requires that only causally ordered memory operations be viewed in the same order at diierent processors. Also… CONTINUE READING
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