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IFL
1998
Springer
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Shared Memory Multiprocessor Support for SAC
Abstract. Sac (Single Assignment C) is a strict, purely functional programming language primarily designed with numerical applications in mind. Particular emphasis is on efficient ...
Clemens Grelck
POPL
2007
ACM
12 years 5 months ago
SAC: off-the-shelf support for data-parallelism on multicores
The advent of multicore processors has raised new demand for harnessing concurrency in the software mass market. We summarise our previous work on the data parallel, functional ar...
Clemens Grelck, Sven-Bodo Scholz
IPPS
2002
IEEE
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Implementing the NAS Benchmark MG in SAC
SAC is a purely functional array processing language designed with numerical applications in mind. It supports generic, high-level program specifications in the style of APL. How...
Clemens Grelck
SPDP
1993
IEEE
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Architectural Support for Block Transfers in a Shared-Memory Multiprocessor
This paper examines how the performance of a shared-memory multiprocessor can be improved by including hardware support for block transfers. A system similar to the Hector multipr...
Steven J. E. Wilton, Zvonko G. Vranesic
COMPUTER
1998
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Multiprocessors Should Support Simple Memory-Consistency Models
provide tools or abstractions that allow developers to program in parallel. But what hardware do we need to support shared memory threads? The hardware should provide a well-defin...
Mark D. Hill
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