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java.util.concurrent

Contributed by Mitchell Wade, St. Olaf College '11

The standard Java package java.util.concurrent contains utility classes which are useful in implementing concurrent programming in Java. This package includes a few small standardized extensible frameworks, as well as some classes that provide useful functionality and are otherwise tedious or difficult to implement.

PPP Characteristics

Languages Supported: Java
OS Compatibility: Windows, Mac OS, Linux
Physical Resource Support: Local Multicore, Remote Multicore
Computational Model: Shared Memory

Context of Use

java.util.concurrent is used in the following modules:

Materials

Since java.util.concurrent is a standard package in Java, one should be able to use it Java installed on a machine. If Java is not available on your machine, go to the Java download page.

Resources

Java Documentation of java.util.concurrent




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