- Parallel computing architectures
- Shared vs. distributed memory
- Thread vs. process
- Execution scheduling
- The thread lifecycle in C++
- Mutual exclusion
- Locking in recursive and shared mutexes
- Acquiring a lock on a mutex with a try lock
- Resolving deadlock and livelock conditions
Skill Level Advanced
- There's an old saying that two heads are better than one. - Well, when it comes to parallel programming, I say two threads are better than one. I'm Barron Stone. - And I'm Olivia Stone. In this course, we'll introduce you to the fundamental concepts for concurrent and parallel programming. - These are the basic mechanisms you need to develop programs that can do multiple things at once. To take advantage of multi-core processors and parallel hardware. - [Olivia] We'll focus on the general concepts and relate them back to everyday activities in the kitchen to make those ideas easier to understand and have some fun. - Then, to help cement those abstract ideas, we'll demonstrate them in action using the C++ programming language. If you're new to concurrent and parallel programming, this is a great place to start. Let's get to it. - Let's get to it.
1. Parallel Computing Hardware
2. Threads and Processes
3. Mutual Exclusion
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