About Dining philosopher problem
This app is an implementation of dining philosopher problem in an android application.
Dining Philosophers problems is a classic synchronization problem (E. W. Dijkstra. Co-operating Sequential Processes. In F. Genuys (ed.) Programming Languages, Academic Press, London, 1965) introducing semaphores as a conceptual synchronization mechanism. The problem is discussed in just about every operating systems textbook.
Dining Philosophers. There is a dining room containing a circular table with five chairs. At each chair is a plate, and between each plate is a single chopstick. In the middle of the table is a bowl of spaghetti. Near the room are five philosophers who spend most of their time thinking, but who occasionally get hungry and need to eat so they can think some more.
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