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A general purpose parallel programming model called mixed consistency is developed for distributed shared memory systems. This model combines two kinds of weak memory consistency conditions: causal memory and pipelined random access memory, and provides four kinds of explicit synchronization operations: read locks, write locks, barriers, and await operations. The resulting suite of memory and synchronization operations can be tailored to solve most programming problems in an efficient manner.doi:10.1145/197917.197967 dblp:conf/podc/AgrawalCLS94 fatcat:frergg5objdj3jmgw7qy7vgh5m