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TRAPPER: Eine graphische Software-Entwicklungsumgebung für MIMD-Parallelrechner

  • Christian Scheidler
  • Lorenz Schäfers
  • Ottmar Krämer-Fuhrmann
Conference paper
Part of the Informatik aktuell book series (INFORMAT)

Zusammenfassung

TRAPPER® (TRAFFONIC1 Parallel Programming EnviRonmcnt) ist eine graphische Software-Entwicklungsumgcbung für MIMD-Parallelrcchncr. TRAPPER bietet eine durchgängige Unterstützung bei dem Design, der Konfiguration (Mapping), Animation und Optimierung paralleler Applikationen. Ausgangspunkt ist eine graphische Entwurfsmethodik, die zur Spezifikation der parallelen Software-Strukturen eingesetzt wird. Die Entwurfsmethodik basiert auf dem Programmicrmodell der kommunizierenden, sequentiellen Prozesse und ist sprach- und Hardware-unabhängig. In der ersten Ausbaustufe werden transputer-basicrtc Ziclsystcmc (T80x, T9000/C104) sowie die Programmiersprache ”C” unterstützt.

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1993

Authors and Affiliations

  • Christian Scheidler
    • 1
  • Lorenz Schäfers
    • 1
  • Ottmar Krämer-Fuhrmann
    • 2
  1. 1.Kompetenzzentrum Systemtechnik BerlinDaimler-BenzBerlin 21Deutschland
  2. 2.GMD Schloss BirlinghovenSankt AugustinDeutschland

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