Implied Set Closure and Its Application to Memory Consistency Verification

  title={Implied Set Closure and Its Application to Memory Consistency Verification},
  author={Surender Baswana and Shashank K. Mehta and Vishal Powar},
Hangal et. al. [3] have developed a procedure to check if an instance of the execution of a shared memory multiprocessor program, is consistent with the Total Store Order (TSO) memory consistency model. They also devised an algorithm based on this procedure with time complexity O(n), where n is the total number of instructions in the program. Roy et. al. [6] have improved the implementation of the procedure and achieved O(n) time complexity. We have identified the bottleneck in these algorithms… CONTINUE READING

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