Massively Parallel Computing with the DAP
Dennis Parkinson, John Litt
Pitman, 1990 - Array processors - 294 pages
This monograph outlines the development of the DAP (Distributed Array of Processors) system which provides massively parallel, fine grain processing. The selection of papers covers the history, programming and some of the applications of the DAP.
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achieved activity algorithm allows applications architecture arithmetic array block boundary calculation cell character column comparison complete conditional connected considered contains corresponding cost cycle DAP-Fortran described developed dimensions direction Distributed edge effect efficient elements equations example execution field Figure Fortran function given gives hardware host implementation important indicated input instruction involves language lattice logical loop machine mapping vector match matrix memory method mode multiplication needed operations parallel performance plane position possible precision problem processing processor processor array produce range routines routing sample scalar selected sequence serial shift shown shows simple single solving speed stage standard step storage structure subroutine Table techniques transforms true unit values variables vector