Parallel Computers: Object-oriented, Functional and Logic
Philip C. Treleaven
John Wiley & Sons Incorporated, 1990 - Computers - 297 pages
The book brings together in one source a comprehensive review of the work of ESPRIT Project 415. It also provides a good overview of the general area of novel parallel computer architectures and programming languages. Chapter 1 provides a survey of parallel computing research in Europe; chapter 2 provides a background to parallel computing techniques. It comprises sections on the major application areas of parallel processing, high level programming languages, models of parallel computation, parallel hardware architectures, language implementation & execution. Chapters 3, 4 describe the work of Subproject A; chapters 5 through 9 present Subprojects B to F, respectively.
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EUROPEAN PARALLEL COMPUTING
EUROPEAN COMPUTING FRAMEWORK
THE OBJECT ORIENTED APPROACH
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abstract machine algorithm application arguments basic bucket buffer circuit clause communication compilation Computer Architecture Computer Science connected Connection Machine constructor database dataflow defined developed distributed DOOM efficient ESPRIT Project evaluation transformer example execution expression Figure functional atoms functional languages Functional Programming garbage collection global graph hardware Horn Clause implementation inference machine input K-LEAF languages e.g. lazy evaluation lazy functional languages Logic Programming mechanism MUSYC node object object-oriented operands operating system optimization OR-parallel output packet packet switching parallel architectures parallel computers parallel machine PARTHEO performance Peyton Jones pointer POOL2 processor prodvars programming languages Prolog prototype query recursive reduction reference count relational algebra result rules SDFM Section semantics sequential shared memory simulation specification stack Stollmann strategy structure subproject Subsection Subsimulators SUPERNODE switch synchronisation task store Transputer Treleaven tuples unification UNIX user-defined instructions variable VLSI VMEbus