Proceedings of the 1995 International Conference on Parallel Processing: August 14 - 18, 1995, Volume 1
This set of technical books contains all the information presented at the 1995 International Conference on Parallel Processing. This conference, held August 14 - 18, featured over 100 lectures from more than 300 contributors, and included three panel sessions and three keynote addresses. The international authorship includes experts from around the globe, from Texas to Tokyo, from Leiden to London.
Compiled by faculty at the University of Illinois and sponsored by Penn State University, these Proceedings are a comprehensive look at all that's new in the field of parallel processing.
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Memory and Disk Organization
Performance Evaluation and Modeling
Shared Memory Multiprocessors
Networks and Routing
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adaptive allocation application architecture ASAT bandwidth barrier Beowulf bit-map block BMIN branch prediction buffer buffer flush cache coherent cache line cluster communication copies cube cycles delay destination disk array distributed memory distributed shared memory evaluation execution unit f-ring fault fault-tolerant Figure flit flow control function global graph hardware hash functions hierarchical HMINs IEEE implementation increase input interconnection network latency load machine mapping memory access memory system MESCAR mesh multicast multiple multiprocessor multithreading node operation output overhead packet parallel computers parameters parity group partitioned path performance phase Proc processor queue rebuild Redirection of Reads requests ring router routing algorithm scalable scheduling scheme Section shared memory SIMD simulation spare disk speedup storage switch synchronization task threads throughput tion TMIN tolerance topology torus Track Piggybacking traffic transaction tree Update virtual channels workload workstations wormhole routing z-machine