Currently, the most widely used programming paradigm for the management of concurrence in software applications is based on multithreading. Generally, an application is made by a single process that is divided into multiple independent threads, which represent activities of different types that run parallel and compete with each other.
Although such a style of programming can lead to disadvantages of use and problems that need to be solved, modern applications with the mechanism of multithreading are still used quite widely.
Practically, all the existing operating systems support multithreading, and in almost all programming languages, there are mechanisms that you can use to implement concurrent applications through the use of threads.
Therefore, multithreaded programming is definitely a good choice to achieve concurrent applications. However, it is not the only choice available—there are several other alternatives, some of which, inter alia, perform better on the definition of...