Application of Simulation of Dining Philosophers Problem in Concurrent Process

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Parasian DP Silitonga
Irene Sri Morina
Romanus Damanik

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A classic simulation that can describe concurrent processes on an operating system is the dining philosopher problem. In the dining philosophers problem, there is the possibility of a deadlock, a condition in which two or more processes cannot continue their execution. This research produces a software application that can simulate the concurrent process and prevent deadlock problems that occur. The benefit of the simulation in this study is as a visualization of the completion of dining philosophers problems and as an additional facility in the teaching and learning process, especially in operating system courses

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P. D. Silitonga, Irene Sri Morina, and Romanus Damanik, “Application of Simulation of Dining Philosophers Problem in Concurrent Process”, SMARTICS, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 1-6, Feb. 2021.
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