Categories and Subject Descriptors: B.3.2 [Memory Structures]: Design Styles -- shared memory
General Terms: Algorithms, fault-tolerance, shared memory, synchronization
Additional Key Words and Phrases: Atomic operations
Selected papers that cite this one
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