Data Concurrency - Happens Before relationship

Data System Architecture


The happens-before relationship is simply a guarantee that memory writes by one specific statement are visible to another specific statement.

The results of a write by one thread are guaranteed to be visible to a read by another thread only if the write operation happens-before the read operation.

And so to avoid a memory consistency problem.


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