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David Botton <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 16 Dec 1998 14:53:54 +0000
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They can also reach these files with:

ftp://members.aol.com/gmoran01/diners

David Botton



---Thomas W Moran <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
> On 25 Nov 1998 Prof. Ahmad H. NAsri asked:
> >    Does anyone out there have a graphical visualization of the
> >Dining Philosophers problem in Operating Systems?
>   I just put one that runs on Windows up for ftp.  SRC.ZIP (31K)
> is the source only, while exe.zip (236K) is that plus an exe file.
> ftp members.aol.com
> user ftp
> password your e-mail address
> cd gmoran01\diners
> binary
> get src.zip
> get exe.zip
>   This is a graphic version of Prof. Michael Feldman's Ada version.
> The exe should run on any Windows PC while the source should compile
> with any Windows-targetted Ada 95 compiler (it also needs the CLAW
> library demo version, available in source (400K) from
www.rrsoftware.com).
> The source is simple enough students should be able to experiment.
> Changing the relative durations of eating and thinking visually shows
> the synchronization, or lack of it, that may prevent or allow
deadlock.
> Tom Moran
>

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