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PDCAT
2004
Springer
10 years 9 months ago
View-Oriented Parallel Programming and View-Based Consistency
Abstract. This paper proposes a novel View-Oriented Parallel Programming style for parallel programming on cluster computers. ViewOriented Parallel Programming is based on Distribu...
Zhiyi Huang, Martin K. Purvis, Paul Werstein
PDCAT
2005
Springer
10 years 9 months ago
Performance Comparison between VOPP and MPI
View-Oriented Parallel Programming is based on Distributed Shared Memory which is friendly and easy for programmers to use. It requires the programmer to divide shared data into v...
Zhiyi Huang, Martin K. Purvis, Paul Werstein
ICPP
2005
IEEE
10 years 10 months ago
Performance Evaluation of View-Oriented Parallel Programming
This paper evaluates the performance of a novel View-Oriented Parallel Programming style for parallel programming on cluster computers. View-Oriented Parallel Programming is based...
Zhiyi Huang, Martin K. Purvis, Paul Werstein
CCGRID
2005
IEEE
10 years 10 months ago
View-oriented update protocol with integrated diff for view-based consistency
This paper proposes a View-Oriented Update Protocol with Integrated Diff for ef´Čücient implementation of a View-based Consistency model which supports a novel View-Oriented Paral...
Zhiyi Huang, Martin K. Purvis, Paul Werstein
CCGRID
2006
IEEE
10 years 10 months ago
VODCA: View-Oriented, Distributed, Cluster-Based Approach to Parallel Computing
This paper presents a high-performance Distributed Shared Memory system called VODCA, which supports a novel View-Oriented Parallel Programming on cluster computers. One advantage...
Zhiyi Huang, Wenguang Chen, Martin K. Purvis, Weim...
CCGRID
2007
IEEE
10 years 10 months ago
Revisit of View-Oriented Parallel Programming
Traditional parallel programming styles have many problems which hinder the development of parallel applications. The message passing style can be too complex for many programmers...
Z. Huang, W. Chen
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