By Steven Hand
Communications of the ACM,
Vol. 55 No. 5, Page 110
It is widely held that parallel programming is far more difficult and error prone than writing sequential code. In particular, the myriad allowable interleavings of thread execution mean that different runs of a program can produce different behaviors.
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