Programming Environments for Massively Parallel Distributed Systems

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Massively Parallel Systems (MPSs) with their scalable computation and storage space promises are becoming increasingly important for high-performance computing. The growing acceptance of MPSs in academia is clearly apparent. However, in industrial companies, their usage remains low. The programming of MPSs is still the big obstacle, and solving this software problem is sometimes referred to as one of the most challenging tasks of the 1990's. The 1994 working conference on "Programming Environments for Massively Parallel Systems" was the latest event of the working group WG 10.3 of the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) in this field. It succeeded the 1992 conference in Edinburgh on "Programming Environments for Parallel Computing". The research and development work discussed at the conference addresses the entire spectrum of software problems including virtual machines which are less cumbersome to program; more convenient programming models; advanced programming languages, and especially more sophisticated programming tools; but also algorithms and applications.


The Cray Research MPP Fortran Programming Model.- Resource Optimisation via Structured Parallel Programming.- SYNAPS/3 - An Extension of C for Scientific Computations.- The Pyramid Programming System.- Intelligent Algorithm Decomposition for Parallelism with Alfer.- Symbolic Array Data Flow Analysis and Pattern Recognition in Numerical Codes.- A GUI for Parallel Code Generation.- Formal Techniques Based on Nets, Object Orientation and Reusability for Rapid Prototyping of Complex Systems.- Adaptor - A Transformation Tool for HPF Programs.- A Parallel Framework for Unstructured Grid Solvers.- A Study of Software Development for High Performance Computing.- Parallel Computational Frames: An Approach to Parallel Application Development based on Message Passing Systems.- A Knowledge-Based Scientific Parallel Programming Environment.- Parallel Distributed Algorithm Design Through Specification Transformation: The Asynchronous Vision System.- Steps Towards Reusability and Portability in Parallel Programming.- An Environment for Portable Distributed Memory Parallel Programming.- Reuse, Portability and Parallel Libraries.- Assessing the Usability of Parallel Programming Systems: The Cowichan Problems.- Experimentally Assessing the Usability of Parallel Programming Systems.- Experiences with Parallel Programming Tools.- The MPI Message Passing Interface Standard.- An Efficient Implementation of MPI.- Post: A New Postal Delivery Model.- Asynchronous Backtrackable Communications in the SLOOP Object-Oriented Language.- A Parallel I/O System for High-Performance Distributed Computing.- Language and Compiler Support for Parallel I/O.- Locality in Scheduling Models of Parallel Computation.- A Load Balancing Algorithm for Massively Parallel Systems.- Static Performance Prediction in PCASE: A Programming Environment for Parallel Supercomputers.- A Performance Tool for High-Level Parallel Programming Languages.- Implementation of a Scalable Trace Analysis Tool.- The Design of a Tool for Parallel Program Performance Analysis and Tuning.- The MPP Apprentice Performance Tool: Delivering the Performance of the Cray T3D.- Optimized Record-Replay Mechanism for RPC-based Parallel Programming.- Abstract Debugging of Distributed Applications.- Design of a Parallel Object-Oriented Linear Algebra Library.- A Library for Coarse Grain Macro-Pipelining in Distributed Memory Architectures.- An Improved Massively Parallel Implementation of Colored Petri-Net Specifications.- A Tool for Parallel System Configuration and Program Mapping based on Genetic Algorithms.- Emulating a Paragon XP/S on a Network of Workstations.- Evaluating VLIW-in-the-large.- Implementing a N-Mixed Memory Model on a Distributed Memory System.- Working Group Report: Reducing the Complexity of Parallel Software Development.- Working Group Report: Usability of Parallel Programming System.- Working Group Report: Skeletons/Templates.


EAN: 9783034896689
ISBN: 3034896689
Untertitel: Working Conference of the IFIP WG 10. 3, April 25-29, 1994. Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1994. Book. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Birkhäuser
Erscheinungsdatum: November 2012
Seitenanzahl: 440 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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