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Applying ForkJoin – from optimal to fast

JDK 7 is well into the hands of developers by now and most people have heard of ForkJoin, yet not so many have the time or chance in daily work to try it. It caused, and probably still ...
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Java 7: Fork/Join Framework Example

The Fork/Join Framework in Java 7 is designed for work that can be broken down into smaller tasks and the results of those tasks combined to produce the final result. In general, classes ...
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Wordcounter, Counting Words in Java with Lambdas and Fork/Join

These days I released Wordcounter, a Java library and command-line utility for counting words in text files and performing analysis on the word counts that makes heavy use of functional ...
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Java 7: Meet the Fork/Join Framework

JSR-166(y) is the official name of this new feature which is included in Java 7. If you notice there is a ‘y’ in the name, this is because JSR-166 (Concurrency Utilities) ...
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Java: Mergesort using Fork/Join Framework

The objective of this entry is to show a simple example of a Fork/Join RecursiveAction, not to delve too much into the possible optimizations to merge sort or the relative advantages ...
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Fork and join in Java 7 – JSR 166 concurrency utilities

One of the most interesting improvements of Java 7 is the better support of concurrency. With JSR 166 Concurrency Utilities we get some very helpful improvements of concurrency. From ...
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Java Fork/Join for Parallel Programming

The last few years a paradigm shift is taking place in the field of computer processors. For years, processor makers consistently delivered increases in clock rates, so developers enjoyed ...
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