Solution of a problem in concurrent programming control

@inproceedings{Dijkstra1965SolutionOA,
  title={Solution of a problem in concurrent programming control},
  author={Edsger W. Dijkstra},
  booktitle={CACM},
  year={1965}
}
A number of mainly independent sequential-cyclic processes with restricted means of communication with each other can be made in such a way that at any moment one and only one of them is engaged in the "critical section" of its cycle. 
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