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Banker's algorithm

Why Banker's algorithm to avoid deadlock is called so?
Asked by: rkacharya | Member Since Jan-2009 | Asked on: Jan 12th, 2009

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Answered On : Sep 1st, 2009

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After the installation of so many networks newly in the bank, there was a new need to avoid the deadlock at that situation.  this is not a joke, its true.  the algorithm's main intention is allocate available resources basing on the available requests. 

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