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Synchronized Information in the Producer-Consumer Problem

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  • Ahmed Hamroush

    () (Cairo University)

  • Hassan Tawfik

    () (Cairo University)

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The deployment of hierarchical databases has open new possibilities to the study of the Producer-Consumer problem, and current trends suggest that a new approach to solve this issue will soon emerge. Given the current status of the unsynchronized decisions, applied research urgently needs the exploration of a new architecture, which embodies the technical principles of compact programming languages. Despite the fact that such a claim might seem hardly to implement, it falls in line with our expectations. Here we probe how a novel technique can be applied to the simulation of evolutionary programming with synchronized information.

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  • Ahmed Hamroush & Hassan Tawfik, 2014. "Synchronized Information in the Producer-Consumer Problem," Journal of Socioeconomic Engineering, Instituto Universitario de Análisis Económico y Social, issue 2, pages 25-30, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:uae:soceng:y:2014:i:2:p:25-30
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    1. Juan Luis Santos & Federico Pablo-Martí, 2014. "Consequences of trading hours deregulation. A spatio-temporal object-oriented data model for Madrid region," Journal of Socioeconomic Engineering, Instituto Universitario de Análisis Económico y Social, issue 1, pages 4-11, June.
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