Start Concurrent

Start Concurrent

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Multicore microprocessors are now at the heart of nearly all desktop and laptop computers. While these chips offer exciting opportunities for the creation of newer and faster applications, they also challenge students and educators. How can the new generation of computer scientists growing up with multicore chips learn to program applications that exploit this latent processing power? This unique book is an attempt to introduce concurrent programming to first-year computer science students, much earlier than most competing products. This book assumes no programming background but offers a broad coverage of Java. It includes 159 numbered and numerous inline examples as well as 301 exercises categorized as a€œconceptual, a€ a€œprogramming, a€ and a€œexperiments.a€ The problem-oriented approach presents a problem, explains supporting concepts, outlines necessary syntax, and finally provides its solution. All programs in the book are available for download and experimentation. A substantial index of 5, 039 entries makes it easy for readers to locate relevant information. In a fast-changing field, this book is continually updated and refined. The 2013 version is the sixth a€œdraft editiona€ of this volume, and features numerous revisions based on student feedback.Car carl Car car2 Car car3 = new Car(aquot;Mercedesaquot;, aquot;C300 Sportaquot;, 75000); = new Car(aquot;Pontiacaquot;, aquot;Vibeaquot;, 17000); = new Car(aquot;Mercedesaquot; ... and is coded using Unicode, use hexadecimal numbers to show how the word aquot;Javaaquot; will be represented in computer memory. ... This material last revised on October 30, 2012 at 19:06:28.

Title:Start Concurrent
Author:Barry Wittman, Aditya Mathur, Tim Korb
Publisher:Purdue University Press - 2012-12-30


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