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Towards Improving Skeletons in Eden.

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Hidalgo Herrero, Mercedes and Ortega Mallén, Yolanda and Rubio, Fernando (2006) Towards Improving Skeletons in Eden. In Parallel Computing: Current & Future Issues of High-End Computing. NIC Series (33). John von Neumann Institute for Computing, Jülich, pp. 843-850. ISBN 3-00-017352-8

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Abstract

The functional language Eden facilitates a skeleton-based methodology for parallel programming.
A key point in the efficiency of parallel programs is the distribution of computation among processes.
In Eden, this is closely related to its order of evaluation. We describe here an ongoing project
whose purpose is to use a prototype implementation of Eden’s operational semantics to investigate
how alternative evaluation models may either improve or make worse the behavior of the skeletons
implemented in Eden


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Proceedings of the International Conference ParCo 2005,13-16 September 2005, Department of Computer Architecture, University of Malaga, Spain; 01/2005

Subjects:Sciences > Computer science > Computer programming
ID Code:17459
Deposited On:17 Dec 2012 09:28
Last Modified:18 Jul 2018 07:15

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