Computer algebra and parallelism, Volume 1
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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Compiling for parallelism J Fitch
The PAC project J L Roch
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1989 Academic Press Academic Press Limited ALGEBRA AND Copyright analysis architecture basic bignums block Buchberger calculation cell cellsum coefficients communication complexity computer algebra system CRAY CRAY X-MP data flow digits Diophantine equation efficient elements evaluation example execution factor Fortran FPS T20 functions GENW2 global Grobner bases hardware host hypercube idempotents implementation input polynomials integer IPROD Lcomb Limited PARALLELISM ISBN linear LISP machine Macsyma manipulation matrix memory memory computer modular modular arithmetic monomial multiplication node number of processors optimization output p-adic parallel algorithms parallel computers performed pipeline polynomial operations Press Limited PARALLELISM prime numbers problem processor pseudoprime pseudoprime numbers quotient recursive REDUCE representation segmentation sequential sieve of Eratosthenes size(p step steptask stored structure termination detection transputer variables VAXIMA vector instructions vector process vector registers VIN1 VIN2 VOUT Vreg W2 code Warp array X-MP