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Lock-freeness for Reagents

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The Reagents library is a concurrent programming library developed by OCaml Labs. It allows the user to express fine grained parallel programs in OCaml Multicore by using a few combinators. This library has been designed to be lock-free.

My work has been to rewrite some parts of the library in order to make it effectively lock-free. It focused especially on reimplementing a working lock-free kCAS algorithm.

We have since tried to improve it by using TSX : Intel’s transactional memory instructions. I also extended the Reagents library by implementing new lock-free data structures to create some kind of a lock-free standard library (such as hash table, bag or work stealing scheduler).

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