parallel programming

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  • VHDL can also be used as a general purpose parallel programming language.
  • Oxygene provides language-level support for some features of parallel programming.
  • He is known for his work in parallel programming and parallel algorithms.
  • The following example is based on the Java library for parallel programming.
  • More conventional dataflow languages were originally developed in order to make parallel programming easier.
  • His work has continued to focus on cluster computers, parallel programming languages, and parallel applications.
  • MPPAs are based on a software parallel programming model for developing high-performance embedded system applications.
  • In computer software, a parallel programming model is a model for writing parallel programs which can be compiled and executed.
  • Parallel programming languages such as the open-source X10 programming language are designed to assist with this task.
  • Programs written on Skandium may take advantage of shared memory to simplify parallel programming.
  • GPI Space comes with several layers, that make up the core of the parallel programming development software.
  • There are hundreds of different parallel programming languages.
  • Parallel programming languages and parallel computers must have a consistency model (also known as a memory model).
  • PVM has been used as an educational tool to teach parallel programming but has also been used to solve important practical problems.
  • Yet another problem is that LCGs are not suitable for parallel programming.
  • SPMD is the most common style of parallel programming.
  • Processes are defined explicitly to achieve parallel programming, while their communications remain implicit.
  • Parallel programming techniques can benefit from multiple cores directly.
  • Classifications of parallel programming models can be divided broadly into two areas: process interaction and problem decomposition.
  • In many parallel programming systems, communications are considered at the level of individual actions: sending and receiving a message, memory to memory transfer, etc.
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