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  1. Mathematical Foundations of Parallel Computing (Series in Computer Science) by Valentin V. Voevodin, 1992-05
  2. Communication and Architectural Support for Network-Based Parallel Computing: First International Workshop, CANPC'97, San Antonio, Texas, USA, February ... (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  3. Concurrent and Parallel Computing: Theory, Implementation and Applications
  4. Network and Parallel Computing: IFIP International Conference, NPC 2005, Beijing, China, November 30 - December 3, 2005, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  5. Practical Parallel Computing
  6. Distributed and Parallel Computing: 6th International Conference on Algorithms and Architectures for Parallel Processing, ICA3PP, Melbourne, Australia, ... (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  7. Network-Based Parallel Computing. Communication, Architecture, and Applications: Second International Workshop, CANPC'98, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, January ... (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  8. Parallel Computing: Paradigms and Applications
  9. Debugging and Performance Tuning for Parallel Computing Systems
  10. Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing: 13th International Workshop, LCPC 2000, Yorktown Heights, NY, USA, August 10-12, 2000, Revised Papers
  11. Applied Parallel Computing. New Paradigms for HPC in Industry and Academia: 5th International Workshop, PARA 2000 Bergen, Norway, June 18-20, 2000 Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  12. Applied Parallel Computing. Industrial Computation and Optimization: Third International Workshop, PARA '96, Lyngby, Denmark, August 18-21, 1996, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  13. Systolic Parallel Processing (Advances in Parallel Computing) by N. Petkov, 1992-12-01
  14. Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing: 6th International Workshop, Portland, Oregon, USA, August 12 - 14, 1993. Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)

81. Forum On Parallel Computing Curricula
Allen, Barry Wilkinson, James Alley (UNC Charlotte) parallel programming for the infunctions personal experiences in teaching and learning parallel computing.
Second Forum on Parallel Computing Curricula
To be held jointly with SPAA '97
Sunday, June 22, 1997
DoubleTree Islander Hotel
Newport, RI
In the last few years, many institutions have developed and offered courses on parallel computation, in recognition of the growing significance of this topic in computer science. Parallel computation curricula are still new, however, and there is a clear need for communication and cooperation among the faculty who teach such courses. This workshop, following the lead of the first Forum in 1995, will address this need by bringing together parallel computing researchers, faculty who teach parallel computing courses, and faculty who are interested in developing parallel computing courses in their own schools. Moreover, the joint organization of the workshop with the Symposium on Parallel Algorithms and Architectures (SPAA '97), June 23-25, 1997, will increase the opportunities for interaction between researchers and educators in the field. The intention of this workshop is to maximize interaction among those using innovative techniques, tools, or strategies to teach parallel computation. We also want to encourage those faculty who are interested in using innovative materials to come and present to us the problems they have encountered. It is expected that this workshop will create a forum that will facilitate the exchange of ideas, syllabi, course materials, software, and experiences among instructors of parallel computation courses.

82. Introduction To Parallel Computing, An: Design And Analysis Of Algorithms, 2/E -
to parallel computing, 2e provides a basic, indepth look at techniques for thedesign and analysis of parallel algorithms and for programming them on,4096,0201648652,00.html
Select a Discipline Chemistry Computer Science Economics Finance Life Science Mathematics Physics/Astronomy Statistics by Keyword by Author by Title by ISBN Advanced Search ABOUT THIS PRODUCT Description Table of Contents Features New To This Edition Appropriate Courses RESOURCES Discipline-Specific RELATED TITLES Parallel Programming / Concurrent Programming (Computer Science) Introduction to Parallel Computing, An: Design and Analysis of Algorithms, 2/E View Larger Image Ananth Grama Purdue University
Vipin Kumar University of Minnesota
Anshul Gupta IBM TJ Watson Research Center
George Karypis University of Minnesota
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Publisher: Addison-Wesley
Format: Cloth; 856 pp
Published: 01/16/2003
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You Save: $7.80 (10% off) Our Price: $70.20 Add to Cart Instructor Exam Copy Description Introduction to Parallel Computing, 2e provides a basic, in-depth look at techniques for the design and analysis of parallel algorithms and for programming them on commercially available parallel platforms. The book discusses principles of parallel algorithms design and different parallel programming models with extensive coverage of MPI, POSIX threads, and Open MP. It provides a broad and balanced coverage of various core topics such as sorting, graph algorithms, discrete optimization techniques, data mining algorithms, and a number of other algorithms used in numerical and scientific computing applications. Pearson Education Legal Notice Permissions

83. Bibliographies On Parallel Processing
635, Bibliography on Concurrent Scientific computing, (1994). 630, Bibliographyof the book Research Directions in parallel Functional programming , (1999).
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84. Introduction To Parallel Computing
1. Introduction (figures). Motivating parallelism; Scope of parallel computing; Organizationand Contents of the Text. 2. parallel programming Platforms (figures).
Introduction to Parallel Computing.
Ananth Grama, Purdue University, W. Lafayette, IN 47906 ( Anshul Gupta, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598 ( George Karypis, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 55455 ( Vipin Kumar, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 55455 (
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1. Introduction ( figures
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  • Scope of Parallel Computing
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  • Implicit Parallelism: Trends in Microprocessor Architectures
  • Limitations of Memory System Performance
  • Dichotomy of Parallel Computing Platforms
  • Physical Organization of Parallel Platforms
  • Communication Costs in Parallel Machines
  • Routing Mechanisms for Interconnection Networks
  • Impact of Process-Processor Mapping and Mapping Techniques
  • Bibliographic Remarks
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85. An Introduction To Parallel Computing
channels. Why is programming of parallel computers difficult? Usually,each computation process requires data from other processes.

86. Parallel Programming Pattern Language: Background Information
on the parallel computer. For this you need a programming environmentthat supports parallel computing. This is beyond the scope
Pattern Name: Introduction Background Information
This note (written in the form of a pattern) provides background information for this project. Together with the other background documents linked from it, it defines the core concepts and the terminology used in our parallel application pattern language.
Parallel computing is complex and can be very confusing. We hope to reduce this complexity and make parallel computing acceptable to the general programmer by creating a pattern language for parallel application computing. Patterns are represented as text. To make this text understandable to a broad audience, we need to be very clear about our terminology. Actually, this is equally important for those writing patterns, since parallel computing, like any new field of study, lacks a uniform terminology, and there is considerable variation in what meanings are attached to different terms. If we want our patterns to use a uniform terminology, we need to define one. This document is the gateway to our notes describing current technology and the terminology we will use. Our introduction (which consists of this note and the documents linked from it) serves two distinct purposes. For programmers new to parallel computing, it provides an introduction to parallel computing. This introduction is not complete and cannot provide your full education in parallel computing. It includes, however, an

87. An Introduction To Parallel Computing: Design & Analysis Of Algorithms, Second E
There is no other book as clear and concise as this one. If you need anintroduction to parallel computing / programming, buy this book now!

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Customer Reviews Yes, this is definitely a good book. The discussions on some of the topics are in depth. Parallel algorithm designs are considered from several different angles (mostly from theoretical performance's point of view). One definitely has to get some backgrounds in algorithms before one can digest the contents of this book, thus I recommend this book only for juniors, seniors, graduate students. From the theoretical point of view this book is great, but from the "experimental" point of view is not. It lacks examples and exercises on doing the theory in the actual parallel computers. Thus you have to develop your own MPI (or openMP) understanding and apply it to the topics discussed in this book. Excellent introduction to the field, specially for the beginner. There is no other book as clear and concise as this one. If you need an introduction to parallel computing / programming, buy this book now!

88. Best Of The Web Directory - Computers > Parallel Computing > Programming
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  • 90. McGraw-Hill
    Browse Subjects. Resources. Scalable parallel computing Technology,Architecture, programming. Scalable parallel computing Technology

    91. Any Search Info - Directory Computers Parallel Computing Programming Libraries P
    Internet parallel computing Archive TapePVM Event tracing tool. DevelopmentEnvironment is a software development environment for parallel programs.
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    An objectbased distributed shared memory system on PVM. Source code, papers, and documentation.
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    C++ message passing library based on PVM. Source code, documentation, and examples.
    url: Dome
    Distributed Object Migration Environment. Runs on top of PVM. Source code and papers.
    url: EasyPVM
    PVM bindings for C++.
    url: HP-PVM
    Commercial highperformance implementation of PVM. Product information and installation instructions. url: Internet Parallel Computing Archive : PVM3 Archive of PVMrelated tools and documentation. url: Internet Parallel Computing Archive : Tape-PVM Event tracing tool. Source code and user manual. url:

    92. Any Search Info - Directory Computers Parallel Computing Programming
    OpenMP An API for multiplatform sharedmemory parallel programming in C/C++ andFortran. Specification, presentations, event calendar, and sample programs.
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    Information for clustering and writing programs for Macintoshes using MPI. Source code, tutorials, and benchmarks.
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    Jaguar is an extension of the Java runtime environment which enables direct Java access to operating system and hardware resources, such as fast network interfaces, memorymapped and programmed I/O, and specialized machine instruction sets.
    url: NetSolve
    A clientserver system that enables users to solve complex scientific problems remotely using a variety of languages. Documentation and software available. url: OpenMP An API for multiplatform sharedmemory parallel programming in C/C++ and Fortran. Specification, presentations, event calendar, and sample programs. url:

    93. Introduction To Parallel Computing Workshop, Heidelberg, Germany
    The aim of this workshop is to give the participants an introduction into parallelcomputing and some specialization to parallel programming with MPI, OpenMP
    Introduction to Parallel Computing Workshop
    Heidelberg, Germany
    Graduiertenkolleg Complex Processes: Modelling, Simulation and Optimization
    The aim of this workshop is to give the participants an introduction into parallel computing and some specialization to parallel programming with MPI, OpenMP and PETSc. The workshop will comprise lectures and practical exercises (available in Fortran and C).
    The language used in the workshop is English.
    Lecturers: Prof. Dr. Thomas Ludwig from Institute of Computer Science, University of Heidelberg Dr. Rolf Rabenseifner
    from High Performance Computing Center(HLRS), University of Stuttgart
    Organizers: Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Hans Georg Bock Hoang Duc Minh Frank Otto
    Location: The workshop will mostly take place in the Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing of the University of Heidelberg , INF 368, D-69120, Heidelberg, Germany. Here is the map However, the workshop will start in the Kirchhoff-Institut für Physik , INF 227, which is shown on this map . The blue circle in this map shows the location of the nearest tram station "Bunsengymnasium". For more information about public transportation in Heidelberg, see

    94. SAL- Parallel Computing - Programming Languages & Systems - ZPL
    ZPL ZPL is a new array programming language designed from first principlesfor fast execution on both sequential and parallel computers.
    ZPL ZPL is a new array programming language designed from first principles for fast execution on both sequential and parallel computers. Because ZPL benefits from recent research in parallel compilation, it provides a convenient high level programming medium for supercomputers with efficiency comparable to handcoded message passing. Users with scientific computing experience can generally learn ZPL in a few hours. Those who have used MATLAB or Fortran 90 may already be acquainted with the array programming style. Current Version: License Type: Free for Non-Commercial Use Home Site: Source Code Availability: No Available Binary Packages:
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    Targeted Platforms:
    x86/Linux, Alpha/OSF, MIPS/IRIX, PowerPC/AIX, SPARC/Solaris, SGI Origin, SGI Power Challenge, Intel Paragon, IBM SP2, Cray T3D/T3E; contact authors for others. Software/Hardware Requirements:
    C compiler, MPI or PVM is required to run programs in parallel; otherwise, they are simply run as sequential programs. Other Links:
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    95. Wiley::Parallel Computing On Heterogeneous Networks
    specifics of parallel computing with heterogeneous networks. Practically oriented,the book includes illustrative algorithms in the mpC programming language, a
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    96. Visual Programming And Parallel Computing - Browne, Dongarra
    Visual programming and parallel computing (1994) (Make Corrections) (2 citations)James C. Browne, Jack Dongarra, Syed I. Hyder, Keith Moore, Peter Newton.

    97. PCOMP
    parallel and High Performance computing (HPC) are highly dynamic fields. PCOMP isnot an exhaustive compendium of all links related to parallel programming.
    About PCOMP Feedback Search My PCOMP ... User Groups Parallel and High Performance Computing (HPC) are highly dynamic fields. PCOMP provides parallel application developers a reliable, "one-stop" source of essential links to up-to-date, high-quality information in these fields. PCOMP is not an exhaustive compendium of all links related to parallel programming. PCOMP links are selected and classified by SDSC experts to be just those that are most relevant, helpful and of the highest quality. PCOMP links are checked on a regular basis to insure that the material and the links are current.
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    98. IPCA : Parallel : Occam
    programming Environments for parallel computing 1992 Nigel P. Topham, Roland N. Ibbett, Thomas Bemmerl (Eds.) programming Environmentsfor parallel computing, Proceedings of the IFIP WG 10.3 Workshop on
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    99. Parallel Computing, Volume 22
    Angot A Practical and Portable Model of programming for Iterative and Reduction,Prefix Computation, and Sorting on Reduces Hypercube parallel Computer.
    Parallel Computing , Volume 22
    Volume 22, Number 1, January 1996
    Short Communications
    • Himanshu Gupta P. Sadayappan : Communication-Efficient Matrix Multiplication on Hypercubes. 75-99
    • A. Baronio F. Zama : A Domain Decomposition Technique for Spline Image Restoration on Distributed Memory Systems. 101-110
    Practical Aspects and Experiences
    Volume 22, Number 2, February 1996

    100. Supercomputing And Parallel Computing Resources
    CFP PCRCW 97 (Workshop on parallel computing, Routing, and Communication). ProgramCOORDINATION 97 (Conference on Coordination Models and Languages).
    Supercomputing and Parallel Computing Resources
    Conferences Research Groups Vendors Supercomputers Note: I've moved on to another job , and I can no longer afford the time to keep this site updated. I recommend IEEE's ParaScope as a good alternative.
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    • Program: ISUG'97 (Intel Supercomputer Users Group Annual Conference).
    • Program: PPoPP'97 (Symposium on Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming).
    • Program: PTOOLS'97 (Parallel Tools Consortium).
    • CFP: PCRCW'97 (Workshop on Parallel Computing, Routing, and Communication).
    • Program: COORDINATION'97 (Conference on Coordination Models and Languages).

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