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PPL
2008
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On Implementing the Farm Skeleton
Algorithmic skeletons intend to simplify parallel programming by providing a higher abstraction compared to the usual message passing. Task and data parallel skeletons can be dist...
Michael Poldner, Herbert Kuchen
FMOODS
2007
11 years 1 months ago
Distributed Applications Implemented in Maude with Parameterized Skeletons
Abstract. Algorithmic skeletons are a well-known approach for implementing parallel and distributed applications. Declarative versions typically use higher-order functions in funct...
Adrián Riesco, Alberto Verdejo
ICCS
2004
Springer
11 years 5 months ago
Evaluating the Performance of Skeleton-Based High Level Parallel Programs
We show in this paper how to evaluate the performance of skeleton-based high level parallel programs. Since many applications follow some commonly used algorithmic skeletons, we id...
Anne Benoit, Murray Cole, Stephen Gilmore, Jane Hi...
IPPS
2006
IEEE
11 years 5 months ago
Algorithmic skeletons for stream programming in embedded heterogeneous parallel image processing applications
Algorithmic skeletons can be used to write architecture independent programs, shielding application developers from the details of a parallel implementation. In this paper, we pre...
Wouter Caarls, Pieter P. Jonker, Henk Corporaal
IAT
2006
IEEE
11 years 5 months ago
Autonomous Mobile Programs
To manage load on large and dynamic networks we have developed Autonomous Mobile Programs (AMPs) that periodically use a cost model to decide where to execute. A disadvantage of d...
Xiao Yan Deng, Philip W. Trinder, Greg Michaelson
EUROPAR
2007
Springer
11 years 5 months ago
Fine Tuning Algorithmic Skeletons
Abstract. Algorithmic skeletons correspond to a high-level programming model that takes advantage of nestable programming patterns to hide the complexity of parallel/distributed ap...
Denis Caromel, Mario Leyton
IPPS
2008
IEEE
11 years 6 months ago
A transparent non-invasive file data model for algorithmic skeletons
A file data model for algorithmic skeletons is proposed, focusing on transparency and efficiency. Algorithmic skeletons correspond to a high-level programming model that takes a...
Denis Caromel, Mario Leyton
PDP
2010
IEEE
11 years 6 months ago
Skandium: Multi-core Programming with Algorithmic Skeletons
—This paper argues that algorithmic skeletons are a suitable programming model for multi-core architectures. -level abstractions offered by algorithmic skeletons provide a simple...
Mario Leyton, José M. Piquer
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