Welcome to CS1760
This course examines the theory and practice of multiprocessor synchronization. Subjects covered include multiprocessor architecture, mutual exclusion, wait-free and lock-free synchronization, spin locks, monitors, load balancing, concurrent data structures, and transactional synchronization.
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If you feel you need other accommodations outside the scope of SEAS, feel free to contact Maurice or the HTA. We will do our best to work something out with you.
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Coping with Unforeseen Events
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