Types for Safe Locking

@inproceedings{Flanagan1999TypesFS,
  title={Types for Safe Locking},
  author={Cormac Flanagan and Mart{\'i}n Abadi},
  booktitle={ESOP},
  year={1999}
}
A race condition is a situation where two threads manipulate a data structure simultaneously, without synchronization. Race conditions are common errors in multithreaded programming. They often lead to unintended nondeterminism and wrong results. Moreover, they are notoriously hard to diagnose, and attempts to eliminate them can introduce deadlocks. In practice, race conditions and deadlocks are often avoided through prudent programming discipline: protecting each shared data structure with a… CONTINUE READING
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