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Consider the version of the dining philosopher???s problem in which the chopsticks are;placed in the centre of the table and...

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Consider the version of the dining philosopher?s problem in which the chopsticks are;placed in the centre of the table and any two of them can be used by a philosopher. Assume that;requests for chopsticks are made one chopstick at a time. Describe a simple rule for determining;whether a particular request can be satisfied without causing deadlock given the current allocation of;chopsticks to philosophers.

 

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