Parallel Computing: Paradigms and Applications
A broad overview of some of the main research issues, trends, and developing applications in the parallel computing community is presented in 24 chapters contributed by some of the leading authorities in the field.
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Sharedmemory multiprocessors a costeffective approach
Hie design and prototyping of the PASM reconﬁgurable
Assertional reasoning about dynamic systems
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application architecture array Atallah bandwidth block cache coherence communication Comp computational geometry conﬁguration connection convex hull crossbar crossbar switch database deﬁned deﬁnition distributed distributed-memory dynamic efﬁcient event example execution ﬁle ﬁnd ﬁrst FORTRAN Gaussian elimination graph hardware HPCC hypercube IEEE Trans implementation input interconnection network iterations latency load loop machine mapping Markov chain MasPar matrix memory modules mesh MIMD multiple multiplexing degree multiprocessor nodes number of processors objoids operations optimal output overhead P-complete packet parallel algorithm parallel computing parallel processing parallel programs partitioning PASM performance problem Proc processing elements protocol provides query queue reconﬁgurable relations reliability request scalable scheduling scheme sequential sequential consistency shared shared-memory SIMD SIMD instruction simulation speciﬁc speed-up switching Symp synchronic group task techniques thread tion topology trafﬁc tree tuples variables vector