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Concurrency in C++

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In the last decade, as single core processors have reached their limits in terms of speed and power, multi-core designs have been favored. Nowadays, if we refer to desktops, laptops or smartphones, a vast majority of them have multi-core processors. In order to take full advantage of the new chips, software must also be improved. So how does a mainstream language such as C++ approach concurrency?

In this talk, we will try to present some of the support that new standards of C++ provide in order to assure parallel programming.

This talk is part of the Churchill CompSci Talks series.

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