[concurrency-interest] Extended access methods for Atomics (and AQS)

Gregg Wonderly gergg at cox.net
Tue Apr 20 12:09:03 EDT 2010


I guess I am not remembering the details correctly, sorry for confusing terminology.

Gregg Wonderly

Doug Lea wrote:
> On 04/19/10 16:39, Gregg Wonderly wrote:
>>
>> If you order them from weaker on the
>> outside to stronger on the inside as something like
>>
>> non-volatile -> relaxed -> volatile:read
>>
> 
> Just for the sake of clarifying terminology:
> "relaxed" refers to accessing an atomic variable, that by default
> acts as volatile, as if it were neither volatile nor final.
> So, "non-volatile" and "relaxed" are basically the same concept.
> 
> -Doug
> 
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