Application of concurrency to system design; proceedings.
Application of concurrency Operations that are performed simultaneously within the computer. For example, dual-core CPUs provide complete overlapping of two independent processes. See dual core, hyperthreading, multiprocessing, multitasking, multithreading, SMP and MPP.
concurrency - multitasking to system design; proceedings.
Int'l Conference on Application of Concurrency to System Design (6th: 2006: Turku, Finland) Ed. by Kees Goossens and Laure Petrucci.
Computer Society Press
Twenty-eight papers from the June 2006 conference compare different methods for designing and analyzing complex concurrent hardware and software systems. The ten sessions address asynchronous Refers to events that are not synchronized, or coordinated, in time. The following are considered asynchronous operations. The interval between transmitting A and B is not the same as between B and C. The ability to initiate a transmission at either end. and synchronous systems, scheduling, timed systems, algorithms, stochastic models Stochastic models
Liability-matching models that assume that the liability payments and the asset cash flows are uncertain. Related: Deterministic models. , model checking, systems on chips, algebraic approaches, and semantics. Topics include throughput analysis of synchronous data Synchronous data
Information available at the same time. To test option-pricing models, the price of the option and of the underlying should be synchronous and reflect the same moment in the market. flow graphs, extended time automata automata - automaton and time Petri nets, models of computation for networks on chip, an algebra of abstractions for communication processes, concurrency in distributed systems under autonomous and enforced actions. No subject index is provided.
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