The Data Parallel Programming Model: Foundations, HPF Realization, and Scientific Applications by Guy-Rene PerrinThe Data Parallel Programming Model: Foundations, HPF Realization, and Scientific Applications by Guy-Rene Perrin

The Data Parallel Programming Model: Foundations, HPF Realization, and Scientific Applications

EditorGuy-Rene Perrin, Alain Darte

Paperback | September 11, 1996

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This monograph-like book assembles the thorougly revised and cross-reviewed lectures given at the School on Data Parallelism, held in Les Menuires, France, in May 1996.
The book is a unique survey on the current status and future perspectives of the currently very promising and popular data parallel programming model. Much attention is paid to the style of writing and complementary coverage of the relevant issues throughout the 12 chapters. Thus these lecture notes are ideally suited for advanced courses or self-instruction on data parallel programming. Furthermore, the book is indispensable reading for anybody doing research in data parallel programming and related areas.
Title:The Data Parallel Programming Model: Foundations, HPF Realization, and Scientific ApplicationsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:308 pagesPublished:September 11, 1996Publisher:Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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ISBN - 10:3540617361

ISBN - 13:9783540617365

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Table of Contents

The data parallel programming model: A semantic perspective.- An introduction to HPF.- A data parallel scientific computing introduction.- Current status of the SUIF research project.- Automatic parallelization in the polytope model.- State of the art in compiling HPF.- Tools for high performance fortran: A survey.- Implementing data parallel programs on commodity clusters.- Task parallelism and high-performance languages.- Supporting irregular and dynamic computations in data parallel languages.- Data parallelism and functional programming.- Formal validation of data parallel programs: Introducing the assertional approach.