[Israel.pm] Talk suggestion: Deadlock detection

Shlomi Fish shlomif at gmail.com
Thu Sep 14 12:07:49 PDT 2006


On 9/14/06, Sagiv Barhoom <sagivba at 012.net.il> wrote:> Wow!!!> Thats sound great> But please amke it more perlish and less algo sinnce I think everyone learned> this in the university.
1. Not everyone went to university.
2. Not everyone who went to university went to CS.
3. Not everyone who went to study CS leared about that.
Regards,
        Shlomi Fish
> Regards Sagiv>>> On Thursday 14/9/2006 17:26, Yona Shlomo wrote:> > Hello,> >> > A talk proposal:> >> > * What is a deadlock> > * Examples> > * A formal modeling of the deadlock problem> > * A formal solution for the deadlock problem> > * issues> > * discussion on how to implement deadlock detection in Perl in a> > transparent way for the Perl programmer> >> >> > Anyone interested?> > I can give this in the November meeting of israel.pm.> >> > Additional suggestions:> >> > * I also have thoughts about automatic race detection> > techniques that can be incorporated into Perl in addition to> > techniques for automatic deadlock detection. So this can> > also be an interesting talk subject, though the theory there> > will be heavier.> >> > * Another possible talk subject is to discuss garbage> > collection algorithms that can be applied to Perl in order> > to replace its reference count algorithm.>> --> שמיים כחולים אוויר צח> שגיב>> _______________________________________________> Perl mailing list> Perl at perl.org.il> http://perl.org.il/mailman/listinfo/perl>

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