Parallel Computing Technologies: 4th International Conference, PaCT-97, Yaroslavl, Russia, September 8-12, 1997. Proceedings
Springer, Sep 12, 1997 - Parallel processing (Electronic computers) - 455 pages
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Parallel Computing Technologies, PaCT-97, held in Yaroslavl, Russia, in September 1997. The volume presents a total of 54 contributions: 21 full papers, 20 short papers, 10 posters, and three tutorials. All papers were selected for inclusion in the proceedings from numerous submissions on the basis of three independent reviews. The volume covers all current topics in parallel processing; it is divided into sections on theory, software, hardware and architecture, applications, posters, and tutorials.
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active object allocation analysis application architecture block cache cell cellular array Cellular Automata CNAM communication compiler components construction coordination corresponding cycle database debugging defined distributed memory domain dynamic edges efficient elements equations execution FCFSP finite function global graphical grid hardware IEEE implementation input instructions integer interaction interface interval interval graph iteration language linear load loop nest machine mapping matrix matrix multiplication memory computers message-passing method migration modulo modulo expansion modulo scheduling multiplication multithreaded Myrinet neural network neuron nodes number of processors operands operations optimization output overhead parallel algorithms Parallel Computing parallel program parameters partition performance permutation graph ports problem query R-tree RP schemes scalar ScdTask SCST sequential shared-nothing simulation software pipeline solution solving space spatial static step subarrays subtransactions superscalar synchronization task technique Theorem thread transaction transformation tuple Tuple Space values variables