1. Alex Turcu
  2. hyflow




HyFlow is a Distributed Transactional Memory (DTM) framework written in Java. It is a work-in-progress research project, and thus it is not stable nor meant for any kind of production environment.

Our website is at hyflow.org. It contains a Getting Started guide that will help you install the pre-requisites needed by HyFlow, build it, and finally run our distributed benchmarks.

Saying hello

The Distributed Transactional Memory research community is fairly small. It would help us know who is involved with DTM research, or otherwise has an interest in DTM. By downloading HyFlow, you certainly have such interest. If you use HyFlow in your work, or even just download it for tests, we kindly ask you to let us know. Please e-mail the current maintainer and say hello. Alternatively, we can also be reached on the dtm-research group on Google. If you are a researcher or student interested in DTM, please consider joining this group.

Citing HyFlow

If you want to use HyFlow in your research work, please include the following citation: link (dl.acm.org) This and other publications are available on our website.