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1.3 Summary
2.2 Overview of Java Concurrency Model
2.3 Threads in Detail
2.4 Thread Termination
2.5 Thread-local Data
2.6 Summary
3.1 Synchronized Methods and Statements
3.2 Waiting and Notifying
3.3 Implementing Condition Variables
3.4 Synchronization and the Java Memory Model
3.5 Asynchronous Thread Control
3.6 Summary
4.1 Thread Priorities and Thread Scheduling
4.2 Delaying Threads
4.3 Thread Groups
4.4 Concurrency-related Utilities
4.5 The Process and Runtime Classes
4.6 Thread-related Exceptions
4.7 Strengths and Limitations of the Java Concurrency Model
4.8 Bloch's Thread Safety Levels
4.9 Summary
5.1 Semaphores
5.2 Signals
5.3 Events
5.4 Buffers
5.5 Blackboard
5.6 Broadcast
5.7 Barriers
5.8 Summary
6.1 Concurrent Maze Searching
6.2 Stopping the Search when a Solution is Found
6.3 Limiting the Concurrency by Reusing Threads
6.4 Summary
7.1 Background and NIST Requirements
7.2 Overview of Enhancements
7.3 Memory Management
7.4 Time Values and Clocks
7.5 Schedulable Objects and Scheduling
7.6 Real-time Threads
7.7 Asynchronous Event Handling and Timers
7.8 Asynchronous Transfer of Control
7.9 Synchronization and Resource Sharing
7.10 Physical and Raw Memory Access
7.11 System-wide Properties
7.12 Synchronization and the RTSJ
7.13 Summary
8.1 The Basic Model
8.2 An Example of Scoped Memory Usage
8.3 Estimating the Size of Scoped Memory Areas
8.4 Assignment Rules
8.5 Nested Memory Areas and the Single Parent Rule
8.6 Sharing Memory Areas between Schedulable Objects
8.7 Portals
8.8 Using Scoped Memory
8.9 Real-time Issues
8.10 Summary
9.1 The Basic Model
9.2 Examples
9.3 Summary
10.1 Scheduling and Fixed Priority Scheduling
10.2 The Basic Model
10.3 The Priority Scheduler
10.4.1 Release parameters
10.4.2 Periodic and aperiodic parameters
10.4.3 Sporadic parameters
10.4.4 Scheduling Parameters
10.4.5 The ProcessingGroupParameters class
10.5 Parameters Classes and the Priority Scheduler
10.6 Alternative Schedulers and EDF Scheduling
11.1 The Basic Model
11.2 Bound Event Handlers
11.3 Cost Enforcement and Deadline Monitoring
11.4 Timers
11.5 Program Termination and Asynchronous Event Handlers
11.6 POSIX Signals
11.7 Examples
11.9 Understanding Asynchronous Event Handlers
11.10 Summary
12.1 The Basic Model
12.2 The NoHeapRealtimeThread Class
12.3 The Model of Periodic, Sporadic and Aperiodic Threads
12.4 Monitoring Deadline Misses in Periodic Real-time Threads
12.5 Summar
13.1 Application Requirements for Asynchronous Transfer of Control
13.2 The Basic Model
13.3 Examples
13.8 Thread Deadline Miss Handlers Revisited
13.9 Further Examples
13.10 Summary
14.1 Priority Inheritance
14.4 Summary
15.1 The Basic Model
15.2 Creating Objects in Physical Memory
15.3 Accessing Raw Memory
15.4 Summary
16.1 ACCS Requirements
16.2 System Interactions
16.3 Software Design
16.4 Implementation
16.5 Summary
17.1 The Ravenscar Computational Model
17.2 Java, the RTSJ and Ravenscar
17.3.1 Predictability of memory utilization
17.3.2 Predictability of response times
17.3.3 Predictability of control and data flow
17.4 Summary of Ravenscar-Java Profile
17.5.1 Functional requirements
17.5.2 Nonfunctional requirements
17.5.3 Software Design
17.6 Summary
18.1 Specification Challenges
18.2 Implementation Challenges
18.3 Maintaining Momentum
18.4 Finally…
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