Parallel Computing Technologies: Third International Conference, PaCT-95, St. Petersburg, Russia, September 12-15, 1995. Proceedings
Springer, Sep 19, 1995 - Parallel processing (Electronic computers) - 497 pages
This book constitutes the proceedings of the Third International Conference on Parallel Computing Technologies, PaCT '95, held in St. Petersburg, Russia in September 1995. The volume presents 45 revised full papers selected from a total of 98 submissions, including six invited presentations. The proceedings is organized in parts on theory, software, hardware and architecture, and applications to large-scale problems. Parallel processing technologies are shown to be the touchstone of parallel theories, models, languages, and programming systems.
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A Bianchi S Coluccini P Degano C Priami
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Abstract algorithm applications architecture bisimulation bits block cache calculation called cell cellular array chip client/server communication compiler complex components concurrent connected corresponding crossbar cycles data structures database dataflow declustering defined digits dimension distributed dynamic DYOP edges efficient elements evaluation example execution FIFO finite Fortran 90 function grid hardware hypercube implementation input instruction integer interface iterative language latency layer linear load balancing logic program loop machine mapping matrix method MIMD module multiprocessor multithreading nodes Novosibirsk number of processors object opcode operations outer arrays output Parallel Computing parallel processing parallel programs parameters partition performance pipeline pointer problem procedure Proceedings processor array scheduling scheme semantics semilattice sequential server shared memory shared variable SIMD simulation solution solving specified step substitutions synchronous techniques Theorem thread tion transition system tuples vector WFMS workflow