Lecture: Designing for concurrency using message passing

One common way to design concurrent code with less potential for synchronization and other concurrency errors is to use message passing. In this talk, I will walk through the design of some example code, showing how to build such a system in practice

This talk will include a brief description of what message passing frameworks are, and how they can help avoid concurrency errors.

I will then work through some examples, showing how the tasks are divided between the elements, and how the system can therefore utilise concurrency, while insulating the application code from the details of synchronization.


Day: 2023-04-22
Start time: 11:30
Duration: 01:30
Room: Bristol III
Track: General C++



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