Lesson 11 - Multithreading in Java - ForkJoinPool
In the previous lesson, Multithreading in Java - ThreadPool, we talked about
ThreadPool and we ended mentioning
We're going to introduce it in today's Java tutorial.
ForkJoinPool is not just one class, but a whole framework added
to Java 7:
The basis is the
ForkJoinPool class, which implements the
ExecutorService interface. We already know this from previous
lessons. This ThreadPool uses the task stealing algorithm that we explained last
time. I'm attaching a picture just as a refresher. The core idea is that a
thread that has
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