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Consider a situation where we have a file shared between many people.   If one of the person tries editing the file, no other person should… Read More
Both of these concepts come under Priority scheduling in Operating System. But are they the same? In one line, Priority Inversion is a problem while… Read More
Let us first put ‘priority inversion’ in the context of the Big Picture i.e. where does this come from. In Operating System, one of the… Read More
Monitors are a higher-level synchronization construct that simplifies process synchronization by providing a high-level abstraction for data access and synchronization. Monitors are implemented as programming… Read More
  Introduction: Process Synchronization is the coordination of execution of multiple processes in a multi-process system to ensure that they access shared resources in a… Read More
What is the difference between a mutex and a semaphore? When should you use a mutex and when should you use a semaphore?  A concrete… Read More
In computer science, a critical section refers to a segment of code that is executed by multiple concurrent threads or processes, and which accesses shared… Read More

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