Java-7 Concurrency

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Java-7 Concurrency

  1. 1. Masudul Haque
  2. 2. Process-based multitasking • Allows you to run the Java Compiler at the same time that you are using an editor Thread-based multitasking • A text editor can format text at the same time that it is printing
  3. 3.   Implement Runnable interface Subclass Thread class
  4. 4.  Thread execution ◦ start() – Start a thread by calling its run() method ◦ run() – Entry point for the thread  Thread blocking ◦ sleep() – Suspend a thread for a period of time ◦ yield() – Voluntarily relinquish thread control to another thread of the same priority
  5. 5.  Thread lifetime and termination ◦ isAlive() – Determine if a thread is still running ◦ join() – Wait for a thread to terminate  Thread communication ◦ wait() – Instructs the calling thread to give up the monitor and sleep until some other thread enters the same monitor and calls notify() ◦ notify() – Wakes up a thread that called wait() on the same object ◦ notifyAll() – Wakes up all threads that called wait() on the same object
  6. 6.   A concurrent application's ability to execute in a timely manner is known as its liveness Deadlock describes a situation where two or more threads are blocked forever ◦ Starvation describes a situation where a thread is unable to gain regular access to shared resources ◦ A thread often acts in response to the action of another thread. If the other thread's action is also a response to the action of another thread, then livelock may result.
  7. 7.   Thread interference Memory Consistency Error
  8. 8. java.util.concurrent • Concurrency APIs java.util.concurrent.atomic • Atomic data types java.util.concurrent.locks • Locks for synchronization
  9. 9. Semaphore • Implements the classic semaphore CountDownLatch • Waits until a specified number of events have occurred CyclicBarrier • Enables a group of threads to wait at a predefined execution point Exchanger • Exchanges data between two threads
  10. 10. Executor Future ExecutorService ThreadPool Executor ScheduledPool Executor Callable
  11. 11.  Executor Interface ◦ Executor ◦ ExecutorService ◦ SheduledThreadExecutorService   Fork/Join Thread Pools ◦ ThreadPoolExecutor ◦ ScheduledThreadPoolExecutor
  12. 12. Concurrent HashMap Concurrent LinkedQueue CopyOnWrite ArrayList Array BlockingQueue Concurrent SkipListMap Concurrent SkipListSet CopyOnWrite ArraySet DelayQueue LinkedBlocking Deque LinkedBlocking Queue Prioirty BlockingQueue Synchronous Queue
  13. 13. DAYS NANO SECONDS MILLI SECONDS HOURS TimeUnit Enumeration MINUTES MICRO SECONDS SECONDS
  14. 14. Lock ReadWriteLock ReentrantLock Reentrant ReadWriteLock
  15. 15. AtomicInteger AtomicLong decrementAndGet() compareAndSet() addAndGet()
  16. 16. Independent of scheduling and interleaving Behaves correctly (unambiguous) Without additional synchronization Thread safe
  17. 17. synchronized volatile • The primary mechanism for synchronization • Enables the thread to bypass the cache when accessing the data
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