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Loop buffer, an efficient way of using shared memory for inter-processes (or threads) communication

, 7 Jun 2005
An article that presents a loop buffer solution for inter-threads or inter processes communication

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Richard Lin
United States United States
Richard Lin is senior software engineer of in Silicon Valley.

Richard Lin was born in Beijing and came to US in the fall of 1995. He began his first software career in bay area of California in 1997. He has worked for many interesting projects including manufacturing testing systems, wireless AP firmware and applications, email anti-virus system and personal firewalls. He loves playing go (WeiQi in Chinese) and soccer in his spare time. He has a beautiful wife and a cute daughter and enjoys his life in San Jose of California.

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