Computer algebra and parallelism, Volume 1

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Academic Press, 1989 - Mathematics - 256 pages
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This volume asssembles papers describing the present state of development of practical parallelism for computer algebra. Subjects covered include vectorization, loosely couple systems and a variety of algorithmic developments and software tools, with an emphasis on finding solutions to real problems and producing usable algebra systems.

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Contents

Preface v
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Compiling for parallelism J Fitch
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The PAC project J L Roch
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Copyright

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John Fitch was the judge advocate of the Army of the Cumberland, who wrote the work as a memorial to the Army of the Cumberland. The book was so popular it required five editions.