Theodorus Dekker

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Theodorus Dekker
Theodorus Jozef Dekker

(1927-03-01) 1 March 1927 (age 94)

Theodorus Jozef Dekker (Dirk Dekker, born 1 March 1927) is a Dutch mathematician.

Dekker completed his Ph.D degree from the University of Amsterdam in 1958. His thesis was titled "Paradoxical Decompositions of Sets and Spaces".

Dekker invented an algorithm that allows two processes to share a single-use resource without conflict, using only shared memory for communication, named Dekker's algorithm.


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