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Relativistic programming

Relativistic programming (RP) is a style of concurrent programming where instead of trying to avoid conflicts between readers and writers (or writers… 
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2018
2018
It is usually expected that quantum gravity corrections will modify somehow the symmetries of special relativity. In this paper… 
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2014
2014
Modern physics has come to conclusions about time, causality, and reality that have outpaced our language and intuitions. The… 
2013
2013
With the fundamental change of hardware technology, main-memory database systems have emerged as the next generation of DBMS… 
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2012
2012
For software to take advantage of modern multicore processors, it must be safely concurrent and it must scale. Many techniques… 
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2011
Highly Cited
2011
We present algorithms for shrinking and expanding a hash table while allowing concurrent, wait-free, linearly scalable lookups… 
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2011
2011
We present relativistic programming, a concurrent programming model based on shared addressing, which supports efficient… 
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2010
2010
This paper presents a novel concurrent hash table implementation which supports wait-free, near-linearly scalable lookup, even in… 
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2010
2010
This paper presents a novel concurrent hash table implementation which supports wait-free, near-linearly scalable lookup, even in… 
2005
2005
We have carried out numerical simulations of strongly gravitating systems based on the Einstein equations coupled to the… 
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