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By cooper6
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Published: Feb 02 2010 / 11:20

Forking or splitting the workload into multiple tasks for parallel processing and joining the results together is a technique used in countless scientific, number crunching applications. This article presents an “embarrassingly parallel” fork-join approach that works well for everyday, multi-core applications in Java SE.
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