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  1. Parallel and Distributed Simulation Systems (Wiley Series on Parallel and Distributed Computing) by Richard M. Fujimoto, 2000-01-03
  2. Parallel Computing: Fundamentals, Applications and New Directions (Advances in Parallel Computing)
  3. Highly Parallel Computing (The Benjamin/Cummings Series in Computer Science and Engineering) by George S. Almasi, Allan Gottlieb, 1993-10
  4. Industrial Strength Parallel Computing
  5. Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing: 15th Workshop, LCPC 2002, College Park, MD, USA, July 25-27, 2002, Revised Papers (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  6. Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing: 7th International Workshop, Ithaca, NY, USA, August 8 - 10, 1994. Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  7. Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing: 12th International Workshop, LCPC'99 La Jolla, CA, USA, August 4-6, 1999 Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  8. Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing: 16th International Workshop, LCPC 2003, College Sation, TX, USA, October 2-4, 2003, Revised Papers (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  9. Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing: Fourth International Workshop, Santa Clara, California, Usa, August 7-9M 1991, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by U. Banarjee, David Gelernter, et all 1992-04
  10. Parallel Computing: From Theory to Sound Practice, (Transputer & Occam Engineering.) by Elie Milgrom, Spain) European Workshops on Parallel Computing (1992 Barcelona, 1992-01-01
  11. Neural Network Parallel Computing (The International Series in Engineering and Computer Science) by Yoshiyasu Takefuji, 1992-01-31
  12. Practical Applications of Parallel Computing: Advances in Computation: Theory and Practice (Advances in the Theory of Computational Mathematics, V. 12.)
  13. Languages for Parallel Architectures: Design, Semantics, Implementation Models (Wiley Series in Parallel Computing)
  14. Parallel Computing and Mathematical Optimization: Proceedings of the Workshop on Parallel Algorithms and Transputers for Optimization, Held at the UN (Lecture ... Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems) by Workshop on Parallel Algorithms and Transputers for Optimization, Manfred Grauer, 1991-11

61. Rostock, University
Computer Science Department. Research areas include theoretical computer science, algorithms and theory of programming, computer architecture, information and communication services, parallel and super computing. databases and information systems, programming languages and compilers, simulation, software techniques, and computer graphics.
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62. School Of Computing Science At SFU
School of computing Science. Research labs focus on algorithms and optimization, systems science, computational epidemiology, computer vision, database systems, graphics and multimedia, hardware design, software agents, intelligent software and systems, knowledge representation, logic and functional programming, medical computing, natural language processing, parallel and distributed computing, mathematical sciences, programming languages, simulating and exploring ecosystem dynamics, and distance learning.
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63. Distributed And Parallel Computing
in concurrent computing. It covers four major aspects Architecture and performance.Theory and complexity analysis of parallel algorithms. programming languages
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Parallel Computing
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for more information. Distributed and Parallel Computing is a comprehensive survey of the state-of-the-art in concurrent computing. It covers four major aspects:
  • Architecture and performance
  • Theory and complexity analysis of parallel algorithms
  • Programming languages and systems for writing parallel and distributed programs
  • Scheduling of parallel and distributed tasks
Cutting across these broad topical areas are the various "programming paradigms", e.g., data parallel, control parallel, and distributed programming. After developing these fundamental concepts, the authors illustrate them in a wide variety of algorithms and programming languages. Of particular interest is the final chapter which shows how Java can be used to write distributed and parallel programs. This approach gives the reader a broad, yet insightful, view of the field. Many books on parallel computing have been published during the last 10 years or so. Most are already outdated since the themes and technologies in this area are changing very rapidly. Particularly, the notion that parallel and distributed computing are two separate fields is now beginning to fade away; technological advances have been bridging the gap.

64. Uni Stuttgart - Faculty Of Computer Science
Faculty of Computer Science. Computer architecture, computing software, dialogue systems, formal concepts of computer science, graphical engineering systems, intelligent systems, programming languages, software engineering, theoretical computer science, parallel and distributed systems, image understanding, integrated systems engineering and large system simulation.
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65. Carleton University
School of computing Science. Research labs focus on object oriented programming, software engineering, pervasive computing, networks, network security, parallel and distributed computing, algorithms, computer vision, database systems, graphics and multimedia, software agents, intelligent software and systems, knowledge representation, logic and functional programming, medical computing, natural language processing.

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66. CSCI6356 (Parallel Computing) Courseware -- Xiannong Meng
A few other MPI examples; Some other examples of programming including threads,shared memory Here are some links to the parallel computing community.
CSCI6356 (Parallel Computing) Courseware Xiannong Meng
This is CSCI6356, Parallel Computing , on-line courseware. The web pages are under experiment. If you have any comments or suggestions, please send mail to me . Thank you very much.
  • Course Syllabus and Schedule
  • Some MPI notes
  • Project One Project Two Term Paper ... Project Three
  • Texts and major references
  • Parallel Programming Techniques and Applications Using Networked Workstations and Parallel Computers by Barry Wilkinson and Michael Allen, Prentice Hall , 1999, required.
  • Author's book web site
  • Parallel Programming with MPI by Peter Pacheco, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers , 1997, required.
  • Author's book web site
  • Parallel Programming with MPI by
  • Introduction to Parallel Computing Design and Analysis of Algorithms by Vipin Kumar, Ananth Grama, Anshul Gupta, and George Karypis, The Benjamin/Cummings Publishing, 1994.
  • High Performance Cluster computing: Architectures and Systems vol. 1 and vol. 2, Rajkumar Buyya (ed.), Prentice Hall 1999
  • Design and Building Parallel Programs by Ian Foster, Addison Wesley Publishing
  • Parallel Computation Models and Methods by Selim G. Akl
  • 67. SAL- Parallel Computing - Programming Languages & Systems
    aCe a dataparallel computing environment designed to improve the adaptability Arjuna an object-oriented programming system for distributed applications.
    Most parallel programming languages are conventional or sequential programming languages with some parallel extensions. A compiler is a program that converts the source code written in a specific language into another format, eventually in assembly or machine code that a computer understands. For message-passing based distributed memory systems, "compilers" often map communication functions into prebuilt routines in communication libraries. Some systems listed here are basically communication libraries. However, they have their own integrated utilities and programming environments. Search SAL: Commercial, Shareware, GPL aCe a data-parallel computing environment designed to improve the adaptability of algorithms.
    a High Performance Fortran compilation system.
    an object-oriented programming system for distributed applications.
    machine independent parallel programming system.
    an algorithmic multithreaded language.
    a higher order, pure and lazy functional programming language.
    visual parallel programming system.

    68. SAL- Parallel Computing - Programming Languages & Systems - Mentat
    mask the complex aspects of parallel programming, including communication complexityto warrant parallel execution (The Worldwide Virtual Computer)
    Mentat Mentat is an object-oriented parallel processing system designed to directly address the difficulty of developing architecture-independent parallel programs. The fundamental objectives of Mentat are to (1) provide easy-to-use parallelism, (2) achieve high performance via parallel execution, and (3) facilitate the execution of applications across a wide range of platforms. The Mentat approach exploits the object-oriented paradigm to provide high-level abstractions that mask the complex aspects of parallel programming, including communication, synchronization, and scheduling, from the programmer. Instead of managing these details, the programmer concentrates on the application. The programmer uses application domain knowledge to specify those object classes that are of sufficient computational complexity to warrant parallel execution. Current Version: License Type: The downloadable distribution is available free of charge but may not be redistributed.
    Home Site: Source Code Availability: The source code is available on a No-Cost License Agreement Basis.

    69. Web Resources For Parallel Computing
    MPI, the most important standard for messagepassing programming. It is the onedeveloped at the Edinburgh parallel computing Center, listed elsewhere.
    Selected Web Resources for Parallel Computing
    This list is maintained at where the entries are linked to the resource. Rather than creating a comprehensive, overwhelming, list of resources, I have tried to be selective, pointing to the best ones that I am aware of in each category.
    • A slightly whimsical explanation of parallel computing.
    • Glossary of terms pertaining to high-performance computing.
    • Online training material:
    • Introduction to Effective Parallel Computing , a tutorial for beginning and intermediate users, managers, people contemplating purchasing or building a parallel computer, etc.
    • ParaScope , a very thorough and up-to-date listing of parallel and supercomputing sites, vendors, agencies, and events, maintained by the IEEE Computer Society.
    • Nan Schaller's extensive list of links related to parallel computing , including classes, people, books, companies, software.

    70. Parallel Computing - EECS 587
    Here is a somewhat whimsical overview of parallel computing. Work required. Yourgrade will be based on written homeworks, computer programming projects, and a
    EECS 587, Parallel Computing
    Professor: Quentin F. Stout
    Important Changes This Year:
    • Course is now 4 credits, and thus it fulfills Rackham distribution requirements. Grid computing has been added.
    Parallel computers are easy to build - it's the software that takes work.
    Typically about half the class is from Computer Science and Engineering, and half is from a wide range of other areas throughout the sciences, engineering, and medicine. Some students want to become parallel computing specialists, while others intend to apply parallel computing to their discipline. Students range from seniors through postdocs, and occasionally faculty sit in on the course as well.
    Satisfying Degree Requirements
    This course can be used to satisfy requirements in a variety of degree programs.
    • CSE Graduate Students: it satisfies general 500-level requirements for the MA and PhD.
    • CSE Undergraduates: it satisfies "computer oriented technical elective" requirements for the CE and CS degrees.
    • Rackam Graduate Students (other than CSE): it fulfills the cognate requirements.
    • Graduate students in the Scientific Computing program administered through LaSC (Laboratory for Scientific Computing): it satisfies computer science distributional requirements. Most of the students in this program take this class.

    71. MHHE: SCALABLE PARALLEL COMPUTING: Technology, Architecture, Programming
    SCALABLE parallel computing Technology, Architecture, programming AuthorsKai Hwang, University of Hong Kong Zhiwei Xu, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
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    72. Parallel Computing - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    A huge number of software systems have been designed for programming parallelcomputers, both at the operating system and programming language level.
    Parallel computing
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
    Server will be down for maintenance on 2004-06-11 from about 18:00 to 18:30 UTC. Parallel computing is the simultaneous execution of the same task (split up and specially adapted) on multiple processors in order to obtain faster results. The term parallel processor is sometimes used for a computer with more than one central processing unit , available for parallel processing. Systems with thousands of such processors are known as massively parallel There are many different kinds of parallel computer (or "parallel processor"). They are distinguished by the kind of interconnection between processors (known as "processing elements" or PEs) and between processors and memory. Flynn's taxonomy also classifies parallel (and serial) computers according to whether all processors execute the same instructions at the same time ( single instruction/multiple data SIMD ) or each processor executes different instructions ( multiple instruction/multiple data MIMD While a system of n parallel processors is not more efficient than one processor of n times the speed, the parallel system is often cheaper to build. For tasks which require very large amounts of computation, have time constraints on completion and

    73. Paralell Computing
    Links to parallel computing Resources at Indiana U. Open Directory Computers, parallel computing, programming etc; ParaGraph a

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    74. :: Ez2Find :: Languages
    Translate Open New Window An object-oriented garbage-collected programming language. oftools to support a standard model for parallel C++ computing.
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    75. Research On Runtime Support For Parallel Computing
    W. Shu, ``Adaptive Dynamic Process Scheduling on Distributed Memory ParallelComputers, Scientific programming, Vol.3, pp.341352, 1994.
    Charm At Buffalo (CAB)
    CAB is a CHARM* research project At Buffalo. It includes the CHARM programming language and the Chare Kernel runtime support system. This project aims at efficiently solving irregular applications on various parallel machines. CHARM is a portable parallel programming system initiated at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
    Research topics and publications

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    The Chare Kernel (CK) system supports irregular applications on parallel machines. This system is a collection of primitive functions that manage chares, manipulate messages, invoke atomic computations, and coordinate concurrent activities. Programs written in the CHARM language can be executed on different parallel machines without change. Users writing such programs concern themselves with creation of parallel actions but not with assigning them to specific processors. The CK emphasizes on parallel performance and scheduling support. Sophisticated scheduling algorithms are implemented to obtain well-balanced load and low overhead. Scheduling algorithms that are implemented include: random allocation, Scatter algorithm, sender-initiate algorithm, receiver-initiate algorithm, gradient model, ACWN, symmetrical hopping, and RIPS. The first CK package was available in 1989. Now it is running on most distributed memory computers: Intel iPSC/860, Touchstone Delta and Paragon, NCUBE, and TMC CM-5.

    76. Alexa Web Search - Subjects > Computers > Parallel Computing > Programming
    Most Popular In programming The 5 most visited sites in all programming categories,updated daily 3. LAM / MPI parallel computing - Site Info.

    77. ECE 358: Introduction To Parallel Computing
    Introduction to parallel computing for scientists and engineers. Shared memoryparallel architectures and programming, concepts using shared address space
    INSTRUCTOR: Prithviraj Banerjee
    Introduction to parallel computing for scientists and engineers. Shared memory parallel architectures and programming, concepts using shared address space, locks, events, barriers, loop scheduling, compiler directives such as DOALL, portable parallel libraries such as PTHREADS. Distributed memory message-passing parallel architectures and programming, concepts including message sends and receives, global communication promitives, single-program multiple data (SPMD) programs, portable parallel message programming using MPI. Data parallel architectures and programming, concepts such as array sections and array operations, data distribution and alignment, languages such as High Performance Fortran (HPF). Parallel algorithms for engineering applications.
    ECE 361 (Computer Architecture) and ECE 230 (Programming for Computer Engineers) or equivalent.
    Class notes (copies of lecture transparencies) to be handed out to students.
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    78. Introduction To Parallel Computing
    The efficient application of parallel and distributed an important task for computerscientists and System architectures,; programming languages and models
    Introduction to Parallel Computing
    Wolfgang Schreiner
    326.602, SS 1999, Start: 8.3.1999
    Mo 8:30-10:00, T811
    The efficient application of parallel and distributed systems (multi-processors and computer networks) is nowadays an important task for computer scientists and mathematicians. The goal of this course is to provide an integrated view of the various facets of software development on such systems including the most important aspects of
    • System architectures,
    • Programming languages and models,
    • Software development tools,
    • Software engineering concepts and design patterns,
    • Performance modeling and analysis,
    • Experimenting and measuring.
    Class presentation will be accompanied by hands-on experience on a Convex Exemplar SPP1200/24-XA distributed shared memory multiprocessor in
    • data-parallel programming (CONVEX C/Fortran),
    • message passing programming (MPI).
    Students are expected to elaborate small programming exercises and to present them in class; some experience in C programming is assumed.
    In evolution.
    Introduction PostScript Slides
    A cross-section of the course.

    79. LIACC --- Annual Plan For 1998 -- Declarative Programming And Parallel Computing
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    • Melodia: Models for Parallel Execution of Logic Programs - design and implementation
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