Rendezvous facilities in a distributed computer system
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The distributed computer system described in this paper is a set of computer nodes interconnected in an interconnection network via packet-switching interfaces. The nodes communicate with each other by means of message-passing protocols. This paper presents the implementation of rendezvous facilities as high-level primitives provided by a parallel programming language to support interprocess communication and synchronization.
KeywordsRendevous packet-switching interface message-passing protocols interprocess communication and synchronization high-level primitive parallel programming language interconnection network
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