Windows NT is coming back as a subject. This book brings multithreading to the Windows NT operating system. It covers a specialized area of interest to programmers--multitasking computer operations. One current application that the authors cover is video on demand, bringing together the cable and movie industries.
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This book details techniques for designing and implementing multithreaded software applications in the Windows NT operating system.From the Back Cover:
Multithreaded programming can effectively improve efficiency and performance in an application program by introducing concurrency and parallelism. This book details techniques for designing and implementing multithreaded software applications in the Windows NT operating system. Covers the Windows NT thread interface, thread synchronizations, thread priorities, resource sharing, deadlock analysis, and thread-package architectures. For application developers who want to experiment with multithreaded programming.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Pap/Dis. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0131206435