Parallel Symbolic Languages and Systems: International Workshop, PSLS '95, Beaune, France, October (2-4), 1995. Proceedings
France) International Workshop Psls'9 (1995 Beaune, Takayasu Ito, Robert H. Halstead, Christian Queinnec
Springer Science & Business Media, Apr 24, 1996 - Computers - 361 pages
This book presents the refereed proceedings of the International Workshop on Parallel Symbolic Languages and Systems, PSLS '95, held in Beaune, France, in October 1995.
The 21 full papers included in the book were carefully selected for presentation at the meeting and thoroughly revised afterwards. Parallel symbolic computing has gained in importance for high-performance computing; in recent years, many applications have been implemented using C, C++, and their parallel extensions. This volume is organized in sections on evaluation strategies, programming tools, irregular data structures and applications, systems, and distributed models and systems.
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