Memory Consistency Models: A Tutorial


Memory consistency refers to how multiple threads or processes access and modify shared memory, and different architectures have different models for ensuring that this happens correctly. While some architectures, like x86, provide strong guarantees about memory ordering, others, like ARM, allow more flexibility but can lead to unexpected behaviors if not used carefully. [summary] [comments]


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