Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. G. A. Geist
    Pages 1-6
  3. Adam Beguelin, Vaidy Sunderam
    Pages 7-13
  4. J. Roda, J. Herrera, J. González, C. Rodríguez, F. Almeida, D. González
    Pages 30-37
  5. Michal Šoch, Jan Trdlička, Pavel Tvrdík
    Pages 38-44
  6. Thomas Ludwig, Roland Wismüller, Michael Oberhuber
    Pages 81-90
  7. Roland Wismüller
    Pages 91-99
  8. Martin Kahlert, Utz Wever, Qinghua Zheng
    Pages 100-107
  9. N. Papakostas, G. Papakonstantinou, P. Tsanakas
    Pages 108-115
  10. Christian B. Suttner
    Pages 116-125
  11. Jürgen Menden, Georg Stellner
    Pages 134-141
  12. Peter Arbenz, Martin Billeter, Peter Güntert, Peter Luginbühl, Michela Taufer, Urs von Matt
    Pages 142-149
  13. A. Blaszczyk, C. Trinitis
    Pages 174-179
  14. Graham E. Fagg, Kevin S. London, Jack J. Dongarra
    Pages 180-187
  15. H. -Ch Dahmen, U. Gläser, H. T. Vierhaus
    Pages 205-212
  16. Evgenia Hirik, Iaakov Exman
    Pages 213-220
  17. A. Touhafi, W. Brissinck, E. F. Dirkx
    Pages 229-234
  18. Joachim M. Blum, Thomas M. Warschko, Walter F. Tichy
    Pages 235-242
  19. Benoit A. Gennart, Joaquín Tárraga Giménez, Roger D. Hersch
    Pages 259-269
  20. Claudia Gold, Thomas Schnekenburger
    Pages 278-287
  21. Marcos J. Santana, Paulo S. Souza, Regina C. Santana, Simone S. Souza
    Pages 288-295
  22. Christian Bonnet
    Pages 296-300
  23. Thomas Wagner, Christian Kueblbeck, Christoph Schittko
    Pages 305-310
  24. Anton Betten, Alfred Wassermann
    Pages 311-314
  25. P. Theodoropoulos, G. Manis, P. Tsanakas, G. Papakonstantinou
    Pages 315-318
  26. José M. Cela, José M. Alfonso, Jesús Labarta
    Pages 319-322
  27. Cosimo Anglano, Luigi Portinale
    Pages 331-334
  28. Fukuko Yuasa, Setsuya Kawabata, Tadashi Ishikawa, Denis Perret-Gallix, Toshiaki Kaneko
    Pages 335-338
  29. N. Pucello, M. Rosati, M. Celino, G. D'Agostino, F. Pisacane, V. Rosato
    Pages 339-342
  30. M. A. Cavenaghi, R. Spolon, J. E. M. Perea-Martins, S. G. Domingues, A. Garcia Neto
    Pages 343-346
  31. Michael Oberhuber
    Pages 347-350

About these proceedings


This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third European Conference on the Parallel Virtual Machine, EuroPVM '96, the 1996 European PVM users' group meeting, held in Munich, Germany, in October 1996.
The parallel virtual machine, PVM, was developed at the University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory in cooperation with Emory University and Carnegie Mellon University to support distributed computing. This volume comprises 51 revised full contributions devoted to PVM. The papers are organized in topical sections on evaluation of PVM; Applications: CFD solvers; tools for PVM; non-numerical applications; extensions to PVM; etc.


Debugging Lastenverteilung Parallele Programmiermodelle Parallelisierung Programmierumgebungen algorithms distributed computing genetic algorithms load distribution optimization parallel programming models parallel virtual machine parallelization programming programming environments

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  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
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