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Jaguar: enabling efficient communication and I/O in Java
Implementing efficient communication and I/O mechanisms in Java requires both fast access to lowlevel system resources (such as network and raw disk interfaces) and direct manipul...
Matt Welsh, David E. Culler
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2000
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A mobile agent based push methodology for global parallel computing
The 1990s are seeing the explosive growth of the Internet and Web-based information sharing and dissemination systems. The Internet is also showing a potential of forming of a sup...
Cheng-Zhong Xu, Brian Wims
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2000
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A Scheduling Approach to Parallel Harmonic Balance Simulation
David L. Rhodes, Apostolos Gerasoulis
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2000
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The Java memory model is fatally flawed
The Java memory model described in Chapter 17 of the Java Language Specification gives constraints on how threads interact through memory. This chapter is hard to interpret and po...
William Pugh
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2000
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Wide-area parallel programming using the remote method invocation model
Java's support for parallel and distributed processing makes the language attractive for metacomputing applications, such as parallel applications that run on geographically ...
Rob van Nieuwpoort, Jason Maassen, Henri E. Bal, T...
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2000
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A survey of concurrent object-oriented languages
Michael Philippsen
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2000
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Cooperating distributed garbage collectors for clusters and beyond
The contribution of this paper is twofold. First a distributed garbage collector (DGC) is presented that is optimized for remote method invocation in reliable networks, such as cu...
Michael Philippsen
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2000
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Javelin++: scalability issues in global computing
Javelin is a Java-based infrastructure for global computing. This paper presents Javelin++, an extension of Javelin, intended to support a much larger set of computational hosts. ...
Michael O. Neary, Sean P. Brydon, Paul Kmiec, Sami...
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