Threading models refer to the different ways in which threads are utilized and managed within software. It is a specialized skill that involves understanding the benefits and drawbacks of different threading models, as well as how to implement and optimize them for specific applications. Different threading models include single-threaded, multi-threaded, and event-driven, among others. Choosing the appropriate threading model for a project requires considering factors such as the nature of the application, the hardware resources available, and the desired performance metrics.
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