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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Erik Hagersten, Mats Grindal, Anders Landin, Ashley Saulsbury, Bengt Werner, Seif Haridi
    Pages 24-41
  3. Yosi Ben-Asher, Gudula Rünger, Assaf Schuster, Reinhard Wilhelm
    Pages 42-55
  4. Gaétan Hains, Christian Foisy
    Pages 56-67
  5. Sabine Öhring, Sajal K. Das
    Pages 80-91
  6. Xavier Redon, Paul Feautrier
    Pages 132-145
  7. J. Darlington, A. J. Field, P. G. Harrison, P. H. J. Kelly, D. W. N. Sharp, Q. Wu et al.
    Pages 146-160
  8. V. B. Muchnick, A. V. Shafarenko, C. D. Sutton
    Pages 161-172
  9. Henk Schepers, Jozef Hooman
    Pages 197-208
  10. Robert Kim Yates, Guang Rong Gao
    Pages 209-227
  11. Xiaola Lin, Philip K. McKinley, Abdol -Hossein Esfahanian
    Pages 228-241
  12. Jae H. Kim, Andrew A. Chien
    Pages 242-253
  13. Ziqiang Liu, José Duato, Lars -Erik Thorelli
    Pages 254-265
  14. Johan Bevemyr, Thomas Lindgren, Håkan Millroth
    Pages 279-290
  15. André Véron, Kees Schuerman, Mike Reeve, Liang -Liang Li
    Pages 291-304
  16. André Seznec, Francois Bodin
    Pages 305-316
  17. Andrew J. Bennett, Paul H. J. Kelly
    Pages 329-340
  18. Chris Hankin, Daniel Le Métayer, David Sands
    Pages 367-378
  19. Eike Best, Richard P. Hopkins
    Pages 379-390
  20. K. V. S. Prasad
    Pages 391-402
  21. Christian Scheidler, Lorenz Schäfers, Ottmar Krämer-Fuhrmann
    Pages 403-413
  22. Jenn -Shiang Lai, Young -Ja Ko, Sy -Yen Kuo
    Pages 426-437
  23. K. Ecker, R. Hirschberg
    Pages 464-475
  24. E. Violard, G. -R. Perrin
    Pages 500-516
  25. Cyrille Bareau, Benoît Caillaud, Claude Jard, René Thoraval
    Pages 517-528
  26. E. Bampis, M. El Haddad, Y. Manoussakis, M. Santha
    Pages 553-560
  27. D. Bhagavathi, S. Olariu, W. Shen, L. Wilson
    Pages 561-569
  28. Rhys Francis, Ian Mathieson, Linda Pannan
    Pages 570-581

About these proceedings

Introduction

Parallel processing offers a solution to the problem of providing the processing power necessary to help understand and master the complexity of natural phenomena and engineering structures. By taking several basic processing devices and connecting them together the potential exists of achieving a performance many times that of an individual device. However, building parallel application programs is today recognized as a highly complex activity requiring specialist skills and in-depth knowledge. PARLE is an international, European based conference which focuses on the parallel processing subdomain of informatics and information technology. It is intended to become THE European forum for interchange between experts in the parallel processing domain and to attract both industrial and academic participants with a technical programme designedto provide a balance between theory and practice. This volume contains the proceedings of PARLE '93. The PARLE conference came into existence in 1987 as an initiative from the ESPRIT I programme and the format was revised in 1991/92. PARLE '93 is the second conference with the new format and was held in Munich.

Keywords

Betriebssysteme Concurrency Multithreading Nebenläufigkeit Operating Systems Parallel Algorithms Parallel Architectures Parallel Languages Parallele Algorithmen algorithm architecture neural network optimization parallel programming processor

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-56891-3
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1993
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-56891-9
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-47779-2
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
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