[concurrency-interest] Basic Fork Join questions

Mohan Radhakrishnan mohanr at fss.co.in
Wed Oct 12 05:10:53 EDT 2011


Hi,

 

       I am trying to understand  the basic work stealing algorithm
implemented in ForkJoinWorkerThread.java. There are references to some
papers and Herlihy and Shavit's book which I will read.

 

Do these two methods mainly implement the stealing part - deqTask() for
other queues and locallyDeqTask() for own queue.? 

 

I am interested in looking at the running ForkJoin code in
java.util.concurrent to get the queue size, tasks and stealing part
using most probably AspectJ. 

 

Thanks,

Mohan



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