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Programming Environments for Massively Parallel Distributed Systems

Working Conference of the IFIP WG 10.3, April 25–29, 1994

  • Karsten M. Decker
  • René M. Rehmann

Part of the Monte Verità book series (MV)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XIV
  2. Tom MacDonald, Zdenek Sekera
    Pages 1-12
  3. B. Bacci, M. Danelutto, S. Pelagatti
    Pages 13-25
  4. V. A. Serebriakov, A. N. Bezdushny, C. G. Belov
    Pages 27-36
  5. Zheng Lin, Songnian Zhou, Wenfeng Li
    Pages 37-46
  6. S. N. McIntosh-Smith, B. M Brown, S. Hurley
    Pages 47-56
  7. Mark R. Gilder, Mukkai S. Krishnamoorthy, John R. Punin
    Pages 69-79
  8. Thomas Brandes, Falk Zimmermann
    Pages 91-96
  9. D. A. Burgess, P. I. Crumpton, M. B. Giles
    Pages 97-106
  10. Manish Parashar, Salim Hariri, Tomasz Haupt, Geoffrey Fox
    Pages 107-116
  11. M. Fruscione, P. Flocchini, E. Giudici, S. Punzi, P. Stofella
    Pages 117-126
  12. Karsten M. Decker, Jiri J. Dvorak, René M. Rehmann
    Pages 127-138
  13. Didier Buchs, Daniel Monteiro, Fabrice Mourlin, Denis Brunet
    Pages 139-145
  14. Helmar Burkhart, Stephan Gutzwiller
    Pages 147-157
  15. C. Clémençon, A. Endo, J. Fritscher, A. Müller, R. Rühl, B. J. N. Wylie
    Pages 159-170
  16. Lyndon J. Clarke, Robert A. Fletcher, Shari M. Trewin, R. Alasdair, A. Bruce, A. Gordon Smith et al.
    Pages 171-182
  17. Duane Szafron, Jonathan Schaeffer
    Pages 195-201
  18. Fritz G. Wollenweber, Saulo Barros, David Dent, Lars Isaksen, Guy Robinson
    Pages 203-212
  19. Lyndon Clarke, Ian Glendinning, Rolf Hempel
    Pages 213-218
  20. Hubertus Franke, Peter Hochschild, Pratap Pattnaik, Marc Snir
    Pages 219-229
  21. Marc Aguilar, Béat Hirsbrunner
    Pages 231-237
  22. N. Signès, J.-P. Bodeveix, D. Plaindoux, F. Cabestre, C. Percebois
    Pages 239-244
  23. Steven A. Moyer, V. S. Sunderam
    Pages 245-255
  24. Rajesh Bordawekar, Alok Choudhary
    Pages 257-264
  25. Peter Thanisch, Michael G. Norman, Cristina Boeres, Susanna Pelagatti
    Pages 265-274
  26. Mario Cannataro, Giandomenico Spezzano, Domenico Talia
    Pages 275-285
  27. Yoshiki Seo, Tsunehiko Kamachi, Yukimitsu Watanabe, Kazuhiro Kusano, Kenji Suehiro, Yukimasa Shiroto
    Pages 287-297
  28. R. Bruce Irvin, Barton P. Miller
    Pages 299-313
  29. Xavier-François Vigouroux
    Pages 315-320
  30. Winifred Williams, Timothy Hoel, Douglas Pase
    Pages 333-345
  31. Alain Fagot, Jacques Chassin de Kergommeaux
    Pages 347-352
  32. Thomas Kunz, James P. Black
    Pages 353-358
  33. F. Guidec, J.-M. Jézéquel
    Pages 359-364
  34. François Bréant, Jean-François Pradat-Peyre
    Pages 373-378
  35. F. Baiardi, D. Ciuffolini, A. M. Lomartire, D. Montanari, G. Pesce
    Pages 379-384
  36. Georg Stellner, Arndt Bode, Stefan Lamberts, Thomas Ludwig
    Pages 385-391
  37. B. Bacci, E. Chiti, M. Danelutto, M. Vanneschi
    Pages 393-399
  38. Vicente Cholvi-Juan, José M. Bernabéu-Aubán
    Pages 401-406
  39. Marco Danelutto
    Pages 415-420
  40. Back Matter
    Pages 421-423

About these proceedings

Introduction

Massively Parallel Systems (MPSs) with their scalable computation and storage space promises are becoming increasingly important for high-performance computing. The growing acceptance of MPSs in academia is clearly apparent. However, in industrial companies, their usage remains low. The programming of MPSs is still the big obstacle, and solving this software problem is sometimes referred to as one of the most challenging tasks of the 1990's. The 1994 working conference on "Programming Environments for Massively Parallel Systems" was the latest event of the working group WG 10.3 of the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) in this field. It succeeded the 1992 conference in Edinburgh on "Programming Environments for Parallel Computing". The research and development work discussed at the conference addresses the entire spectrum of software problems including virtual machines which are less cumbersome to program; more convenient programming models; advanced programming languages, and especially more sophisticated programming tools; but also algorithms and applications.

Keywords

D programming language Hochleistungsrechnen Parallel Computing Processing Scala algorithm algorithms computer development distributed systems language programming programming language software software engineering

Editors and affiliations

  • Karsten M. Decker
    • 1
  • René M. Rehmann
    • 1
  1. 1.Swiss Scientific Computing CenterCSCS ETH-ZürichManno

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