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  1. Applied Parallel Computing: State of the Art in Scientific Computing. 8th International Workshop, PARA 2006, Umea, Sweden, June 18-21, 2006, Revised Selected ... Science) (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  2. Functional Implementation of Lenient Programming Languages (Research Monographs in Parallel & Distributed Computing) by K. Traub, 1990-12
  3. Parallel Computing Works! by Geoffrey C. Fox, Roy D. Williams, et all 1994-05-01
  4. An Introduction to Parallel and Vector Scientific Computing (Cambridge Texts in Applied Mathematics) by Ronald W. Shonkwiler, Lew Lefton, 2006-08-14
  5. Parallel Computing Technologies: 9th International Conference, PaCT 2007, Pereslavl-Zalessky, Russia, September 3-7, 2007, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  6. Parallel Computing on Heterogeneous Clusters by Alexey L. Lastovetsky, 2003-08-11
  7. Distributed and Parallel Computing by Hesham El-Rewini, Ted G. Lewis, et all 1998-01
  8. Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing: 11th International Workshop, LCPC'98, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, August 7-9, 1998, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  9. Parallel Combinatorial Optimization (Wiley Series on Parallel and Distributed Computing)
  10. PVM: Parallel Virtual Machine: A Users' Guide and Tutorial for Network Parallel Computing (Scientific and Engineering Computation) by Al Geist, Adam Beguelin, et all 1994-11-08
  11. Applied Parallel Computing: State of the Art in Scientific Computing (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  12. Communication Complexity and Parallel Computing by Juraj Hromkovic, 1997-04-11
  13. Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing: 13th International Workshop, LCPC 2000, Yorktown Heights, NY, USA, August 10-12, 2000, Revised Papers (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  14. Parallel Computing and Communication Systems (Industrial Control, Computers and Communications Series) by David Schaefer, 2004-04

41. Computer Science Departement - Bordeaux 1 University
Computer Science Department. Research areas include combinatorics, algorithmics, logic, automata, parallel computing, symbolic programming, and graphics.
Université Bordeaux I
UFR Mathématiques et Informatique
Computer Science Department
The Department

42. DEVSEEK: Parallel Computing : Programming : Environments
parallel computing programming Environments Options.
: Parallel Computing : Programming : Environments
  • Converse 4.8 - Converse is a component based portable run-time system, that allows easy implementation of run-time systems of novel parallel languages. It provides support for user-level threads, communication, shared memory and a collection of useful run-time libraries. (Added: 19-Jan-1999 )
  • Eiffel Parallel Execution Environment - EPEE is an object oriented design framework for programming distributed memory parallel computers. (Added: 19-Jan-1999 )
  • Harness Project - builds on the concept of the Distributed Virtual Machine that was pioneered by our PVM research, but fundamentally recreates this idea and explores dynamic capabilities beyond what PVM can supply. (Added: 19-Jan-1999 )
  • - Parallel programming system (Added: 19-Jan-1999 )
  • PAWS - Parallel Aplication Work Space - The goal of the PAWS project is to create a parallel, scientific, problem-solving environment: an integrated collection of software tools that scientists can use to facilitate solving problems.

43. Department Of Computer Science, University College Cork, Ireland
Department of Computer Science. Research areas Algorithms, Unified computing, Computer Communications, Security, Computer Simulation, Constraint Based Reasoning, Digital Video Compression, Expert Systems, Intelligent Information Agents, Neural Networks, ObjectOriented Database Systems, Distributed and parallel Processing, Semantics of programming languages, Theory and Formal Methods.
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Boole Centre for Research Informatics
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UCC occupies a unique place in the history of Information Technology. Boolean algebra, which provides the mathematical basis for computer design, was named after George Boole the first Professor of Mathematics at UCC. Today the Department of Computer Science is one of the largest and fastest growing of the academic departments within University College Cork
  • 18-22 April 2004: EGEE First Conference, Cork, Ireland ( more... July 5-8, 2004: International Workshop on Algorithms, Models and Tools for Parallel Computing on Heterogeneous Networks HeteroPar'04 In conjunction with ISPDC 2004 3rd International Symposium on Parallel and Distributed Computing July 5-8, 2004 Cork, Ireland 16-18-June-2004: The 14th ACM International Workshop on: Network and Operating Systems Support for Digital Audio and Video Official Website 05-Nov-2003: CEOL Software Research Centre Opening November 10th ( more...

44. UCLA Parsec Programming Language
parallel computing Laboratory at UCLA, for sequential and parallel execution of discreteeventsimulation models. It can also be used as a parallel programming
UCLA Parallel Computing Laboratory
Solaris-x86 2.5.1+
Redhat Linux 6+
Windows NT/2000
Irix 6.4
FreeBSD 3.0
Parsec is a C-based simulation language, developed by the Parallel Computing Laboratory at UCLA, for sequential and parallel execution of discrete-event simulation models. It can also be used as a parallel programming language. Usage Issues
Frequently Asked Questions
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Migrating from Maisie ...
Applications Currently in Use
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Using Parsec at UCLA

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45. QMUL > Department Of Computer Science
Department of Computer Science. Research groups Information, media and communication; Logic and foundations of programming; parallel computing; Vision; Risk assessment and decision analysis; Knowledge representation and reasoning; Distributed systems. Host for Hypatia, a directory of research workers in Computer Science and Pure Mathematics and a library of their papers.
QMUL Navigation QMUL Home Undergraduate Postgraduate International Press Business Employment Contact
Home Undergraduate Postgraduate Research Staff Business News/Events Contacts About Welcome In this area : Undergraduate
Welcome to the Department of Computer Science at Queen Mary, University of London. Computer scientists have a tremendous opportunity to make a difference in future where billions of computing devices will interact with people, the environment and each other to help us live, work, learn and play. At Queen Mary our world leading computer scientists work on core developments - like building fast reliable networks and smart secure software - as well as on novel technologies applied in things like insect motion, playing jazz, recognising faces, evaluating legal evidence, finding useful documents, and learning online. Undergraduate We have an extensive range of undergraduate degree programmes, including three or four year Computer Science degrees, and the opportunity to combine Computer Science with Business Management, Language, Linguistics, Mathematics, Multimedia or Web Informatics. We also work in conjunction with various organisations to provide degrees by open and distance learning to their employees. Our graduates work everywhere from start-ups to major players like Microsoft and Hewlett Packard.

46. UCLA Parallel Computing Laboratory
Courses parallel programming Simulation; Conferences Upcoming Symposia, Callsfor Papers Travel Info; Related Web Sites and Links; UCLA Computer Science
Projects Contract Projects Programming
  • WHYNET : Scalable Testbed for Next Generation Mobile Wireless Networking Technologies
  • MAYA : Next Generation Performance Prediction Tools for Global Networks
  • iMASH : Mobile Support for Heterogenous Clients
  • POEMS : Performance Modeling of Parallel Systems
  • AASERT : Science and Engineering Research Training
  • GloMoSim : Scalable Mobile Network Simulator
  • Parsec : Our Parallel Simulation Language
  • MPISIM : MPI Simulator
  • Maisie : The Predecessor to Parsec
  • MIRSIM : Parallel Switch-level Circuit Simulation
  • UC : A Data Parallel Language
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47. Computer Science At RPI
Computer Science Department. Research areas Algorithm design; Bioinformatics; Computational Science and Engineering; Computer Vision; Data Mining and Machine and Computational Learning; Database Systems; Generic programming; Human Computer Interfaces; Networking; parallel and Distributed computing; Robotics; Worldwide computing. Troy, NY.
Recent Department News Upcoming events Site search: Admissions Undergraduate Graduate Institute Admissions: Undergraduate Graduate Academics Undergraduate Program Graduate Program Courses Institute Academics Research All Research Groups Technical Reports Anonymous FTP Institute Research People Faculty Staff Who to Contact Institute Directory News and Events Colloquia News Events Open Positions ... Institute Events Computing Resources Overview Lab Manual Institute Computing The Computer Science Department at RPI consists of 27 faculty, renowned nationally and internationally for their work. Major research areas include computer vision, engineering database systems, high performance computing, high-level hardware synthesis, human machine interfaces, image and signal processing, numerical computing, parallel processing, software design, and theoretical computer science. The Department confers B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees. Currently there are about 750 undergraduates and about 150 graduate students. The Computer Science Department is now accepting applications for faculty positions. Department News New Research Project Investigates 3D Modeling and Tracking From Distributed, Mobile Sensors

48. Institute For System Programing
Offers research and programming in compiler technology and program analysis, computer graphics and visualization, real time systems, discrete mathematics, and parallel computing.

9th March 2004
Technology UniTesK will be presented at CeBIT
17th December 2003
The section devoted to high performance cluster technology has been published ( in Russian
The Institute for System Programming (ISP) of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) was founded on January 25, 1994, from the departments of System Programming and Numerical Software, formerly of the Institute for Cybernetics Problems of the RAS. ISP RAS is embodied in the Division of Mathematical Sciences of the RAS under the guidance of the Presidium of the RAS. Our address: 109004, Moscow, B. Kommunisticheskaya, 25

49. Proceedings Of The Forum On Parallel Computing Curricula
Contents and Authors. David Kotz, Dartmouth College A programming Language forTeaching parallel computing to Firstyear Students 2K HTML with 24K GIF;
Proceedings of the First Wellesley Forum on Parallel Computing Curricula
March 31 - April 1, 1995
Sponsored by NECUSE and Wellesley College
Edited by P. Takis Metaxas and Matthew Merzbacher
Contents and Authors

50. High Performance Computing Applications, Institute For
Designed to educate science and engineering students in high performance computing with special emphases on parallel computers, system architecture, matrix computation, objectoriented programming, and others.

51. HLRS - Services - Parallel Computing - Programming Models - MPI - Effective Band
bandwidth of the communication network of parallel and/or distributed computing systems Programmingmethods The communication is programmed with the several
The algorithm of b eff (version 3.6)
The effective bandwidth b eff measures the accumulated bandwidth of the communication network of parallel and/or distributed computing systems. Several message sizes, communication patterns and methods are used. The algorithm uses an average to take into account that short and long messages are transferred with different bandwidth values in real applications.
Definition of the effective bandwidth b eff
b eff logavg logavg ring patterns (sum L (max mthd (max rep ( b(ring pat.,L,mthd,rep) logavg random patterns (sum L (max mthd (max rep ( b(random pat.,L,mthd,rep) with
  • b(pat,L,mthd,rep) = L * (total number of messages of a pattern "pat") * looplength / (maximum time on each process for executing the communication pattern looplength times)
  • Each measurement is repeated 3 times (rep=1..3). The maximum bandwidth of all repetitions is used (see max mthd in the formula above).
  • Each pattern is programmed with three methods. The maximum bandwidth of all methods is used (max mthd
  • The measurement is done for different sizes of a message: The message length L has the following 21 values:
    L = 1B, 2B, 4B, ... 2kB, 4kB, 4kB*(a**1), 4kB*(a**2), ... 4kB*(a**8)

52. EPCC HPF Page
Lecture notes and code from a course in parallel programming using HPF.
This page contains the links of all the HPF relevant activities of EPCC:
EPCC HPF Training
EPCC runs a two day practical based HPF course Writing Data Parallel Codes with High Performance Fortran which covers all of the HPF standard, and backed up with a series of exercises covering standard data-parallel techniques. There is a variety of materials available on this course - the course notes, slides for the course, the exercises (with solutions), or the whole package.
Course Exercises
Course Exercise Templates
  • Discontinuous Function [ Fixed Source Free Source Game of Life [ Fixed Source Free Source Mandelbrot Set [ Fixed Source Free Source Birthdays [ Fixed Source Free Source Golf [ Fixed Source Free Source
  • Course Exercise Solutions
  • Discontinuous Function [ Fixed Source Free Source Game of Life [ Fixed Source Free Source Life in Parallel [ Fixed Source Free Source Mandelbrot Set [ Fixed Source Free Source Birthdays [ Fixed Source Free Source Life in a Subroutine [ Fixed Source Free Source Golf [ Fixed Source Free Source
  • EPIC HPF is EPCC's interactive course presentation system, to allow students to follow the EPCC HPF course over the Web. After a short installation procedure, EPIC allows users to interact with local applications through a standard Web browser.

    53. HLRS _ Organization - Parallel Computing - Parallel Programming Workshop ONLINE
    The table below shows a summary of courses (and events) on high performancecomputing, parallel programming models, MPI, OpenMP and numerics. URL,
    ONLINE practical in C Fortran
    Content ONLINE COURSE and course material to
    • MPI, OpenMP, HPF, and advanced topics in parallel programming > see days 1-7,
    • a Fortran Day,
    • a NEC Day,
    • Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics, see CFD-days 1-5
    Based on HLRS Parallel Programming Workshops we made the total course material online available. It includes the full audio information
    Shortcuts ONLINE
    : Online presentation of the slides without audio information.
    English : Online presentation of the slides with english audio information.
    German : Online presentation of the slides with german audio information.
    The audio information is coded as RealMedia Playlists. They require at least the free RealPlayer 8 Basic or the free RealPlayer One, see Real web-page
    : A full copy of the slides with 2 slides per sheet. For printing the course material used in the online-presentations.
    PDF files can be viewed with the free Acrobat reader, see Acrobat web-page
    Version from the courses fall 2001.

    54. The Linda Group
    Explores a variety of research topics in parallel and distributed computing, adaptive computation, parallel programming languages, groupware and information systems.

    55. Computers, Parallel Computing, Programming: Tools
    and debuggers for parallel programs, parallel make utilities, and batch schedulers.Compilers are listed in Computers/parallel_Computing/programming/Languages.
    Top Computers Parallel Computing Programming ...
    • AIMS - Automated Instrumentation and Monitoring System is a performance analysis package for distributed programs. User manual, papers, and discussion forum. APPS - Asynchronous and Fault Tolerant Parallel Pattern Search. For PVM and MPI programs. Source code and documentation. ARCH - A C++-based object-oriented library of tools for parallel programming using MPI. Source code and documentation. Batch Queueing Systems - Describes several batch queueing systems available on the UNIX platform. CODE Visual Parallel Programming System - CODE is a visual parallel programming system that composes sequential programs into parallel programs for shared-memory multiprocessors and workstations running MPI or PVM. ClusterIt - Suite of tools for managing large clusters of machines including a variety of administration programs such as parallel rcp, parallel rsh, job scheduling, and simple barrier sync. Distributed Queueing System - A management tool to distribute computational resources across a network and parallel make utility. Source code and documentation. Dmake - a generic parallel make utility designed to speed up the process of compiling large packages.

    56. Department Of Computer Sciences
    Institute of Computer Science. Research areas include theoretical computer science, graph grammars, visual programming, computational linguistics, evolutionary computation, parallel and distributed systems, soft computing, fault tolerance, object oriented systems, pattern recognition, data warehousing, scientific databases, workflow management, performance evaluation, artificial intelligence, computer graphics, and simulation.
    Department of Computer Sciences Home Page


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    Address, Chair, Secretary,
    Abuse, Webmaster
    ... News News, Job offers, Calendar of Events, Institutes Theoretical Computer Science Programming Languages and Programming Methodologies ... Hardware Software Codesign B. Research Group Business Applications School Portal (Schulportal) [only in German] Academics Advisory Service Degree Programs (Computer Science ... Research Research Topics, Common Research Projekts Publications People Professors, Staff Job Database Job database of the Computer Science Department Search People, Web Pages, Lectures, Rooms, ... People: Web pages: Academics - News Neuauflage des Studienführers Informatik (April 2004) Neue Fachprüfungsordnung CE abrufbar The lectures in summer 2004 start on Monday, 2004/04/19 and end on Friday 2004/07/23. Mensa Süd - Menu [in German] Contact Last modified: 2003-11-21 08:53 Kö

    57. Computer Science And Software Engineering
    Department of Computer Science. Research areas include design and analysis of algorithms, computer architecture and VLSI, databases and information systems, mathematics of computation, parallel and distributed computing, artificial intelligence, programming languages and methodology, and theoretical computer science.

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    58. R. K. Shyamasundar's Home Page
    Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai Real-Time and Reactive programming, Logic programming, Pi-Calculus and Mobile computing, parallel Programs, programming Languages.
    R.K. Shyamasundar
    Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
    Bombay 400 005
    India Fax: +91 22 2280 4610
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    Tel: +91 22 2280 4545 X 2288
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    Secretary, John Barretto (X 2531) TCS john[AT]
    Research Interests and Publications
    Indian Association for Research in Computing Science

    MTASK is a parallel programming language for memorysharing environments. LAIPE (Link And In parallel Execute) is a high-performance package for scientific and engineering computing, programmed in MTASK.
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    60. Parallel Computing - 516 Of The Best Sites Selected By Humans
    computing Archive Maui Scheduler -parallel computing Links -parallel computing Research-parallel computing Works -parallel programming Techniques and Applica
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    Chemnitz Cluster Computing Homepage

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    Beowulf History Beowulf Project in Greece ... The Beowulf Project Beowulf Cluster_Sites ACME Aeneas Supercomputer Alice ASMA ... ZUSE Parallel Pentium-Pro Cluster Beowulf Documentation ACM Crossroads : Parallel Computing With Linux ACM Crossroads:The Texas Tech Tornado Cluster Beowulf FAQ Beowulf Papers ... StarTEXT Beowulf Vendors AcceleratedServers Advanced Clustering Technologies ALINKA Cluster Solutions Armari Ltd ... MSC Software Beowulf Vendors (part 2) Paralline Paralogic, Inc. ParTec AG Penguin Computing ... Western Scientific, Inc. Conferences Euro-Par Conference Series FMPPTA HiPC Conference Home Page HPCC ... VECPAR Conferences 1999 ACPC CANPC 97 Euro PVMPI 99 Euro-Par99 ... SPAA 1999 Conferences 2000 CC-TEA 2000 CONCUR 2000 CPA 2000 FMPPTA 2000 ... Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Cluste...

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