POSIX Threads, usually referred to as Pthreads, is a POSIX standard for threads. The standard, POSIX.1c, Threads extensions (IEEE Std 1003.1c-1995), defines an API for creating and manipulating threads. Implementations of the API are available on many Unix-like POSIX-conformant operating systems such as FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Solaris. DR-DOS and Microsoft Windows implementations also exist: within the SFU/SUA subsystem which provides a native implementation of a number of POSIX APIs, and also within third-party packages such as pthreads-w32,[1] which implements pthreads on top of existing Windows API.

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  2. Ansoni, J.L.; Brandi, A.C.; Seleghim, P.jun: Resolution of an inverse thermal problem using parallel processing on shared-memory multiprocessor architectures (2015)
  3. Hölbig, Carlos A.; Do Carmo, Andriele; Arendt, Luis P.: High accuracy and interval arithmetic on multicore processors (2013)
  4. Rauber, Thomas; Rünger, Gudula: Parallel programming for multicore and cluster systems (2013)
  5. Rios, Joseph: Algorithm 928, a general, parallel implementation of Dantzig-Wolfe decomposition (2013)
  6. Hobor, Aquinas; Gherghina, Cristian: Barriers in concurrent separation logic: now with tool support! (2012)
  7. Hobor, Aquinas; Gherghina, Cristian: Barriers in concurrent separation logic (2011)
  8. Mahafzah, Basel A.: Parallel multithreaded IDA$*$ heuristic search: algorithm design and performance evaluation (2011)
  9. Menon, Sandeep; Schmidt, David P.: Conservative interpolation on unstructured polyhedral meshes: an extension of the supermesh approach to cell-centered finite-volume variables (2011)
  10. Xiao, Xiang; Lee, Jaehwan John: A parallel multi-unit resource deadlock detection algorithm with $O(\log _2(\min (m, n)))$ overall run-time complexity (2011)
  11. Carrión, I.Marín; Antúnez, E.Arias; Castillo, M.M.Artigao; Canals, J.J.Miralles: Parallel implementations of the false nearest neighbors method to study the behavior of dynamical models (2010)
  12. Dorta, Taho; Jiménez, Jaime; Martín, José Luis; Bidarte, Unai; Astarloa, Armando: Reconfigurable multiprocessor systems: a review (2010)
  13. Leung, K.; Huang, Z.; Huang, Q.; Werstein, P.: Data race: tame the beast (2010)
  14. Tentyukov, M.; Vermaseren, J.A.M.: The multithreaded version of FORM (2010)
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  16. Wang, Sung-Wen; Yang, Shu-Sian; Chen, Hong-Ming; Yang, Chia-Lin; Wu, Ja-Ling: A multi-core architecture based parallel framework for H.264/AVC deblocking filters (2009)
  17. Alberto, Angelines; Benet, Jesús; Arias, Enrique; Cebrian, David; Rojo, Tomás; Cuartero, Fernando: A high performance tool for the simulation of the dynamic pantograph-catenary interaction (2008)
  18. Bhat, Viraj; Parashar, Manish; Liu, Hua; Kandasamy, Nagarajan; Khandekar, Mohit; Klasky, Scott; Abdelwahed, Sherif: A self-managing wide-area data streaming service (2007)
  19. Artho, Cyrille; Barringer, Howard; Goldberg, Allen; Havelund, Klaus; Khurshid, Sarfraz; Lowry, Mike; Pasareanu, Corina; Roşu, Grigore; Sen, Koushik; Visser, Willem; Washington, Rich: Combining test case generation and runtime verification (2005)
  20. Chen, Shu-Ching; Wang, Xinran; Rishe, Naphtali; Weiss, Mark Allen: A web-based spatial data access system using semantic $R$-trees (2004)

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