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Read–write conflict

Known as: Read-Write conflict, Unrepeatable reads 
In computer science, in the field of databases, read–write conflict, also known as unrepeatable reads, is a computational anomaly associated with… 
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2017
2017
The implementation of the six-transistor (6T) static random access memory cell in deep submicrometer region has become difficult… 
2016
2016
The dual-port RAM based on FPGA plays an important role in the design of complex system. This paper firstly introduces the basic… 
2015
2015
This paper proposes the design of incorporating fine grain and coarse grain gating techniques for the SRAM cell and SRAM array… 
2014
2014
Transactional memory represents an attractive conceptual model for programming concurrent applications. Unfortunately, high… 
2013
2013
We present 6T SRAMs with pass-gate feedback using tri-mode independent gate (TMIG) FinFETs as the access transistors. We perform… 
2012
2012
This paper proposes a asymmetric FinFET (Fin shaped Field Effect Transistor) for robust and low power SRAM (Static Random Access… 
2011
2011
In this paper, we present tri-mode independent-gate (IG) FinFETs for dynamic voltage/frequency scalable 6T SRAMs. The proposed… 
2009
2009
Revealing concurrency errors in multithreaded programs is difficult. Many "unexpected" thread interactions can only be manifested… 
2008
2008
  • Wang Zuo
  • International Symposium on Intelligent…
  • 2008
  • Corpus ID: 5082194
Multi-processors systems provide excellent computing ability for varied AI applications. Because processors may issue… 
1985
1985
We propose a new class of schedulers, called cautious schedulers, that grant an input request if it will not necessitate any…