PARLE '94: Parallel Architectures and Languages Europe : 6th International PARLE Conference, Athens, Greece, July 4-8, 1994 : Proceedings
"This volume presents the proceedings of the 5th International Conference Parallel Architectures and Languages Europe (PARLE '94), held in Athens, Greece in July 1994. PARLE is the main Europe-based event on parallel processing. Parallel processing is now well established within the high-performance computing technology and of stategic importance not only to the computer industry, but also for a wide range of applications affecting the whole economy. The 60 full papers and 24 poster presentations accepted for this proceedings were selected from some 200 submissions by the international program committee; they cover the whole field and give a timely state-of-the-art report on research and advanced applications in parallel computing."--PUBLISHER'S WEBSITE.
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Efficient Data Communication in Incomplete Hypercubes
A Data Partitioning Algorithm for Distributed Memory Compilation
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Abstract active algorithm allows application architecture array assignment assume block bound broadcasting cache called cell channel communication compiler complexity computation connected consider consists corresponding cost defined definition delay dependence described determined distributed distributed memory edge efficient elements evaluation example execution exists Figure function garbage given global graph hypercube implementation improvement increase initial input language load loop machine mapping matrix means memory mesh method multiple names node objects obtained operation optimal packets parallel partitioning path performance phase possible present problem processor proposed protocol reduce reference relation represented request respectively rewriting routing rules running scheduling scheme sequence shared shown simulation single specification step strategy structure synchronization takes task technique threads tree variables visualization