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Introduction to Parallel Computing, 2nd Edition
The Shortest-Path Problem Sources of Overhead in Parallel Programs 5. Interconnection Networks for Parallel Computers 2. Serial Polyadic DP Formulations Complexity of Functions A.
Sequential Search Algorithms Bibliographic Remarks Problems 7. Principles of Parallel Algorithm Design 3. The single and master Directives Critical Sections: Bibliographic Remarks Problems 5.
Introduction to Parallel Computing, Second Edition
Collective Communication and Computation Operations 6. Control Structure of Parallel Platforms 2.
Hypercube An Optimal Algorithm 4. Bibliographic Remarks Problems 6. Condition Variables for Synchronization 7. Impact of Memory Bandwidth 2. Sign Up Already have an access code? Parallel Programming Platforms 2.
Balanced Binary Tree 4. Sign In We’re sorry! The Data Communication Argument 1. Serial Monadic DP Formulations Provides an emphasis on portability. Overview of Dynamic Programming Issues in Sorting on Parallel Computers 9. Scalability of Parallel Systems 5.
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Routing Mechanisms for Interconnection Networks 2. Minimizing Contention and Hot Spots 3.
Methods for Containing Interaction Overheads 3. Maximizing Data Locality 3. The ordered Directive Memory Consistency: