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Improve performance with publication and immutabilityOct 16, 2007, 03:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Andrew Citron, Chris Seekamp, Martin Presler-Marshall)
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"A disadvantage to using data shared among multiple Java threads is that access to the data must be synchronized to avoid an inconsistent view of the contents, which could result in application failures. For example, the Hashtable class's put() and get() methods are synchronized. Synchronization is required so simultaneous put() and get() methods have sole access to the data when executing; otherwise, application data structures might get corrupted."
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