CONPAR 86: Conference on Algorithms and Hardware for Parallel Processing, Aachen, September 17 - 19, 1986. Pro by Wolfgang HändlerCONPAR 86: Conference on Algorithms and Hardware for Parallel Processing, Aachen, September 17 - 19, 1986. Pro by Wolfgang Händler

CONPAR 86: Conference on Algorithms and Hardware for Parallel Processing, Aachen, September 17 - 19…

EditorWolfgang Händler

Paperback | September 1, 1986

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Title:CONPAR 86: Conference on Algorithms and Hardware for Parallel Processing, Aachen, September 17 - 19…Format:PaperbackDimensions:428 pagesPublished:September 1, 1986Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

A radically non-von-Neumann-architecture for learning and discovery.- The parallel solution of sparse linear equations.- Parallel algorithms on the cedar system.- Future parallel computers.- SUPRENUM - an MIMD multiprocessor system for multi-level scientific computing.- An adaptable cluster structure of (sm)2 -II.- Memory conflicts in MIMD-computers - a performance analysis.- The digital optical computing program at Erlangen.- Hmesh: A vlsi architecture for parallel processing.- FFT on a new parallel vector processor.- Analysis of multigrid methods for non-shared memory systems by a simple performance model.- Multitasking algorithms on CRAY computers for interval arithmetic Newton-like methods for a class of systems of nonlinear equations.- Full recursive form of the algorithms for fast generalized fourier transforms.- SISAL: Initial MIMD performance results.- Caltech hypercube MIMD computer performances measurements in a physical mathematical application.- A new approach to decentralized control of job scheduling.- Synchronous communication of cooperating processes in the M5PS multiprocessor.- Parallel implementation of the algebraic path problem.- Implementing branch-and-bound in a ring of processors.- Synthesis of systolic algorithms and processor arrays.- Fraktale und ihre Untersuchung mit Parallelrechnung.- A parallel processing algorithm for thinning digitised pictures.- Fault-tolerant hardware configuration management on the multiprocessor system DIRMU 25.- A general purpose pipelined ring architecture.- An adaptive parallel algorithm for display of CSG objects.- A packet based demand/data driven reduction model for the parallel execution of logic programs.- Information processing with associative processors.- A high performance interconnection concept for dataflow- or other closely coupled multiprocessors.- Parallel solution of eigenvalue problems in acoustics on the Distributed Array Processor (DAP).- Gauss elimination algorithms for mimd computers.- Fast parallel algorithms for eigenvalue and singular value computations.- A new Parallel algorithm for solving general linear systems of equations.- Generalized asynchronous iterations.- Parallel compilation on a multiprocessor system.- Semi-automatic parallelization of fortran programs.- Code generation for partially vectorizable loops in the vectorizing Pascal-XT compiler.- Automatic vectorisation for high level languages based on an expert system.- Hierarchical array processor system (HAP).- Ocsamo a systolic array for matrix operations.- A general approach to sorting on 3-dimensionally mesh-connected arrays.- Complexity of parallel partitioned algorithms.- Shuffle/exchange is the natural interconnection scheme for the parallel fast fourier transform.- Kronecker products of matrices and their implementation on shuffle/exchange-type processor networks.- Lisa: A parallel processing architecture.- A classification of algorithms which are well suited for implementations on the DAP as a basis for further research on parallel programming.- Use of inherent parallelism in database operations.- Parallel dynamic programming algorithms.- Multiprocessors: Main trends and dead ends.- Toward the parallel inference machine.