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Posted 2 Jun 2010

Avoiding Heap Contention Among Threads

, 2 Jun 2010
Allocating memory from the system heap can be an expensive operation due to a lock used by system runtime libraries to synchronize access to the heap. Contention on this lock can limit the performance benefits from multithreading. Learn how to solve this problem.

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