How to sleep a C++ Boost Thread

Depending on your version of Boost: Either… #include <boost/chrono.hpp> #include <boost/thread/thread.hpp> boost::this_thread::sleep_for(boost::chrono::milliseconds(100)); Or… #include <boost/date_time/posix_time/posix_time.hpp> #include <boost/thread/thread.hpp> boost::this_thread::sleep(boost::posix_time::milliseconds(100)); You can also use microseconds, seconds, minutes, hours and maybe some others, I’m not sure.

Why does Python threading.Condition() notify() require a lock?

This is not a definitive answer, but it’s supposed to cover the relevant details I’ve managed to gather about this problem. First, Python’s threading implementation is based on Java’s. Java’s Condition.signal() documentation reads: An implementation may (and typically does) require that the current thread hold the lock associated with this Condition when this method is …

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OpenMP Dynamic vs Guided Scheduling

What affects the runtime of guided scheduling? There are three effects to consider: 1. Load balance The whole point of dynamic/guided scheduling is to improve the distribution of work in the case where not each loop iteration contains the same amount of work. Fundamentally: schedule(dynamic, 1) provides optimal load balancing dynamic, k will always have …

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