Proceedings of the 1995 International Conference on Parallel Processing
CRC Press, 1995. gada 8. aug. - 168 lappuses
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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Should Scalable Parallel Computers Support Efficient Hardware Multicasting?
Issues in Designing Efficient and Practical Algorithms for Collective Communication
Multiple Tracks of Research on Interconnection Networks
TimeMultiplexing Optical Interconnection Networks Why Does it Pay Off?
Parallelizing Sequential Programs to a Cluster of Workstations
Application Oriented Resource Management On Large Scale Parallel Systems
Davidson J 109
A PolyAlgorithmic Approach
Pande S 42
A Vision for High
Issues in Distributed Memory Systems
Architecture for Distributed Interactive Simulation
Issues in Parallelizing ObjectOriented Programs
Conrad J M 104
Solving a Highly Irregular Problem on Distributed Memory Systems
adaptive algorithms allow analysis application approach architecture array assignment balancing block cache called cluster coherence communication compiler complexity Computer Concurrent connections consider consistency cost dependence directions distributed distributed memory dynamic effect efficient example execution existing Figure flow function future given global graph hardware IEEE implementation increase input instruction interconnection International issues iteration Languages limitations load locality loop machine mapping mechanism memory method multicast multiple node objects operations optimal parallel parallel computers partition pattern performance present problem Proc processing processors reduce references reported requests routing scalability scheduling scheme sequential shared shown single solution space specific speculation static studies switching task techniques Test thread tion types values variables workstations write