For this assignment, you will write a program that simulates the execution of multiple processes with respect to their resource allocation and resource release requests, and detect when (or if) deadlock occurs. If deadlock occurs, your program will then display a list of the processes and resources involved in the deadlock.
Write and test a program (in C, C++, Java, or Python) to carry out the simulation of multiple processes executing the sequences of resource requests and computation specified by the input data, checking after each resource allocation request for the existence of deadlock by attempting to find a cycle in the resource graph. If no deadlocks occur during execution, then for each process indicate the total run time and the time when the process completed. If a deadlock does occur, indicate that fact, the time when the deadlock was detected, and the identification of the processes and resources involved in the circular wait. The samples shown below illustrate the desired output format. No extraneous output (e.g. debugging information) should appear in your output, and tracing information should not appear in the output from your solution. The program must read from the standard input and write to the standard output.
Let’s look at a complete example. Suppose we have three processes with execution action sequences as follows:
Process 1: L1 L2 C2 U1 U2
Process 2: L1 L2 C2 U1 U2
Process 3: L3 C5 U3 C2
Simulation 2 in the sample input and output (below) shows the sequence in which these process actions would occur, and the time (starting at 0) when they would occur.
The set of processes in simulation 2 does not deadlock, but obviously other sequences can (see the samples for several such sequences). To detect deadlock, your program must build a resource graph (with nodes for processes and resources, and directed edges indicating resource ownership and pending resource requests), and test the graph for the existence of a cycle after each resource allocation request is made by a process. This test must be performed after each successful or unsuccessful allocation.
The Input Data
The input data will consist of a sequence of simulation test cases identified by sequential numbers starting with 1. The first line of input for each test case will contain two integers that specify the number of processes (1 ≤ np ≤ 50) and the number of resources (1 ≤ nr ≤ 50). The remaining np lines in the test case specify the actions for each of the np processes, with line i + 1 of the test case input containing the action specifications for process i. Each action specification line contains an integer na (1 ≤ na ≤ 50) that specifies the number of actions for the process and then na action specifications, each consisting of an action type (L, U, or C) followed immediately by an integer. The last test case will be followed by a line containing two integer zeroes. Sample input and output appears below, and illustrates the input format.
There is code in C that is 75% code done. Just need to complete the rest. If you are okay with the project, I could send you the code. Or if you don't want to use this code, you could go from scratch.
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tough stuff. can do this for you. Relevant Skills and Experience - python - multithreading Proposed Milestones $90 USD - simmulation 1 completed $60 USD - simmulation 2 completed