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Benign Data Races

Can a data race not be a bug? In the strictest sense I would say it’s always a bug. A correct program written in a high-level language should run the same way on every processor present, past, and future. 1,082 more words

Programming

Science Notes-Superposition

In an earlier post I had discussed quantum computing is of a different league than digital computing. Today’s computers, like a Turing machine, work by manipulating bits that exist in one of two states: a 0 or a 1. 523 more words

Benny Thomas

On TK the B*tch

What follows is my first ever attempt at Parallelism (really not sure what I am doing here!).  It was written as a class assignment.

I remember the Professor in UCD and hope.

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Dublin

In-Class Parallelism Exercise Practice

  1. To prepare for the presentation, our group completed three tasks: researching similar companies, telephone calls to former clients, and we updated current process documents.
  1. You are either for us or you are against us.
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In-class

The Changes of the Classroom

Frank McCourt takes on several useful techniques on page 151 in Angela’s Ashes to signify the changes of the classroom.

Chapter six begins with Frankie moving up into the fourth class where new ways are introduced through several techniques and subtle hints. 246 more words

Angela's Ashes

poem- heaviness

The mist in the hills

weighs heavily on my heart

The wind through the valley

blows bleakly on my brain

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Poetry

The World of Science : Quantum computing

The Turing machine, developed by Alan Turing in the 1930s, is a theoretical device that consists of tape of unlimited length that is divided into little squares. 405 more words

Benny Thomas