By Lubomir F. Bic, Alex Nicolau, Mitsuhisa Sato (auth.), Lubomir F. Bic, Alexandru Nicolau, Mitsuhisa Sato (eds.)
Parallel Language and Compiler examine in Japan bargains the foreign group a chance to benefit in-depth approximately key jap learn efforts within the specific software program domain names of parallel programming and parallelizing compilers. those are vital subject matters that strongly undergo at the effectiveness and affordability of excessive functionality computing structures. The chapters of this publication exhibit a finished and present depiction of cutting edge learn efforts in Japan that concentrate on parallel software program layout, improvement, and optimization that may be got simply via direct and private interplay with the researchers themselves.
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The performance results achieved in the EM-4 prototype are also reported. Section 6 describes the EM-C compiler and its some optimization techniques. We compare EM-C and its execution model with related works in section 7, and conclude in Section 8 with a summary of our work. EM- C: Programming for EM-4 Multiprocessor 49 To Network Figure 1 2 The EMC-R processor. THE EM-4 MULTIPROCESSOR The EM-4 is a parallel hybrid dataflow/von Neumann multiprocessor. The EM-4 consists of a single chip processing element, EMC-R, which is connected via a Circular Omega Network.
Parallel Language and Compiler Research in Japan by Lubomir F. Bic, Alex Nicolau, Mitsuhisa Sato (auth.), Lubomir F. Bic, Alexandru Nicolau, Mitsuhisa Sato (eds.)