Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing: Fourth by G. Agha, C. Houck, R. Panwar (auth.), Utpal Banerjee, David

By G. Agha, C. Houck, R. Panwar (auth.), Utpal Banerjee, David Gelernter, Alex Nicolau, David Padua (eds.)

This quantity includes the court cases of the Fourth Workshop on Languages andCompilers for Parallel Computing, held in Santa Clara, California, in August1991. the aim of the workshop, held each year when you consider that 1988, is to compile the prime researchers on parallel programming language designand compilation thoughts for parallel desktops. The papers during this booklet conceal a number of very important subject matters together with: (1) languages and constructions to symbolize courses internally within the compiler, (2) strategies to analyzeand manage sequential loops that allows you to generate a parallel model, (3)techniques to discover and extract fine-grain parallelism, (4) scheduling and memory-management concerns in instantly generated parallel courses, (5) parallel programming language designs, and (6) compilation of explicitly parallel courses. jointly, the papers supply a great evaluation of the examine initiatives underway in 1991 during this field.

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