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Subtitle:
modular programming using the BSP model
Abstract:

Parallel processing can provide the huge computational resources that are required to solve todays grand challenges, at a fraction of the cost of developing sequential machines of equal power. However, even with such attractive benefits the parallel software industry is still very small compared to its sequential counterpart. This has been attributed to the lack of an accepted parallel model of computation, therefore leading to software which is architecture dependent with unpredictable p...

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Department:
Programming Research Group
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Publication date:
1997
Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford
Barcode:
603872034
URN:
uuid:97d95f01-a098-499c-8c07-303b853c2460
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td:603872034

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