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Research Directions in High-Level Parallel Programming Languages

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Beschreibung

This volume contains most of the papers presented at the workshop on research directions in high-level parallel programming languages, held at Mont Saint-Michel, France, in June 1991. The motivation for organizing this workshop came from the emergence of a new class of formalisms for describing parallel computations in the last few years. Linda, Unity, Gamma, and the Cham are the most significant representatives of this new class. Formalisms of this family promote simple but powerful language features for describing data and programs. These proposals appeared in different contexts and were applied in different domains, and the goal of the workshop was to review the status of this new field and compare experiences. The workshop was organized into four main sessions: Unity, Linda, Gamma, and Parallel Program Design. The corresponding parts ofthe volume are introduced respectively by J. Misra, D. Gelernter, D. Le M tayer, and J.-P. Ban tre.

This volume contains most of the papers presented at a workshop on research directions in high-level parallel programming languages. New formalisms for describing parallel computations are discussed.

Klappentext

This volume contains most of the papers presented at the
workshop on research directions in high-level parallel
programming languages, held at Mont Saint-Michel, France, in
June 1991. The motivation for organizing this workshop came
from the emergence of a new class of formalisms for
describing parallel computations in the last few years.
Linda, Unity, Gamma, and the Cham are the most significant
representatives of this new class. Formalisms of this family
promote simple but powerful language features for describing
data and programs. These proposals appeared in different
contexts and were applied in different domains, and the goal
of the workshop was to review the status of this new field
and compare experiences. The workshop was organized into
four main sessions: Unity, Linda, Gamma, and Parallel
Program Design. The corresponding parts ofthe volume are
introduced respectively by J. Misra, D. Gelernter, D. Le
M tayer, and J.-P. Ban tre.



Inhalt
A perspective on parallel program design.- UNITY to UC: A case study in the derivation of parallel programs.- Reasoning about synchronic groups.- An industrial experience in the use of UNITY.- On the UNITY design decisions.- Flexible program structures for concurrent programming.- Current research on Linda.- Expressing fine-grained parallelism using concurrent data structures.- Persistent Linda: Linda + transactions + query processing.- Parallel logic programming using the Linda model of computation.- Lucinda A polymorphic Linda.- A rationale for programming with Ease.- Intermediate uniformly distributed tuple space on transputer meshes.- Mixing concurrency abstractions and classes.- Coordination applications of Linda.- The chemical reaction model.- to Gamma.- Parallel programming with bags.- Implementation of Gamma on the connection machine.- Parallel programming with pure functional languages.- Parallel programming in maude.- Parallel program design.- The palindrome systolic array revisited.- The synthesis of systolic programs.- Synthesizing delay insensitive circuits from verified programs.- A distributed implementation of a task pool.- Invariance and contraction by infinite iterations of relations.- Constructing a parallel sort program on hypercube by using Distributively Callable Procedures.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Research Directions in High-Level Parallel Programming Languages
Untertitel: Mont Saint-Michel, France, June 17-19, 1991 Proceedings
Editor:
EAN: 9783540551607
ISBN: 3540551603
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Anzahl Seiten: 400
Gewicht: 604g
Größe: H235mm x B155mm x T21mm
Jahr: 1992
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: 1992

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