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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of mutexes

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of mutexes:
/mjutɛksəz/

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  1. >> Are mutexes re-entrant? Are mutexes re-entrant? >> CROWL: So, there are regular mutexes, timely
  2. mutexes, and re-entrant mutexes, and time re-entrant mutexes. Now, what we don't have
  3. there's no mutexes, there's no worrying about memory barriers or any of that stuff. But
  4. resolvers, content providers, and also had the Dalvik team add logging on Mutexes that
  5. fighting over the same Mutex. And because Dalvik is logging slow Mutexes,
  6. please wait, Mutexes are fighting. You can see DVM lock sample, Dalvik virtual
  7. 500, but that would make for a much slow demo if I had to have mutexes fighting for 500
  8. in and be like, oh, these are like the files and lines and mutexes that are making my apps
  9. coordinated with the mutexes. This is fairly common in some of the C++ libraries to make
  10. we have a good state at the start of the atomic variable. Okay. Now for mutexes the story
  11. is different. Because most of the mutexes from the operating system require that you
  12. the end of the address space. The mutexes from the operating system, they also often
  13. and procure to match the original Dutch initials. Semaphores vs. mutexes
  14. Mutexes have a concept of an owner, which is the process that locked the mutex. Only
  15. of an owner. Any process can unlock a semaphore. Unlike semaphores, mutexes provide priority
  16. Mutexes also provide deletion safety, where the process holding the mutex cannot be accidentally
  17. graph, the number of mutexes is going to decrease as you go ahead. Why is that so? Because we
  18. these mutexes can only disappear. The set of propositions that we have here is final,
  19. the other is for thread-local caching. We have mutexes and locks, and there's a distinction
  20. a special case of mutexes is the ones from pthread and this has been formalized to be