> Am I correct in thinking the proposed models differ in the allowed movement
> of normal reads and writes into synchronized blocks?
> The CRF model allows normal memory operations above or below a synchronized
> block to move into the synchronized block, but the operational semantics
> model only allows normal memory operations below a synchronized block to
> move into the synchronized block.
> Right? What are the implications in terms of real code?
Well, I don't remember CRF, but ours does allow operations above or below
a synchronized block to move into the synchronized block, as long as you
don't change the semantics of the program by doing so. I actually thought
CRF didn't, but I am probably misremembering.
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