Java ThreadPool is a java framework which gives the user the possibility to execute a divided problem into a finite number of subproblems, execute each subproblems in an asynchronous way and combine the result of each subproblem in a final result for the initial problem.
The division of the problem into subproblems and the combining the subproblems' results into a result for the initial problem, is the user responsability.
- Maximum number of executing threads.
- Threads Watchdog.
- Threadpool observer.
- Asynchronous execution of threads.
- Keeps statistics about executed jobs.
- Not running jobs can be stopped.
- Running jobs can be stopped if developer who implemented the jobs included a stop mechanism to check when a job is required to stop.
- Work with the framework is simple and fun.
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