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Language, Compilers and Run-Time Systems for Scalable Computers : Selected Papers from the 4th International Workshop, Lcr '98, Pittsburgh, PA, U. S. A., May 1998 : Lecture Notes in Computer Science - David R. O'Hallaron

Language, Compilers and Run-Time Systems for Scalable Computers : Selected Papers from the 4th International Workshop, Lcr '98, Pittsburgh, PA, U. S. A., May 1998

Lecture Notes in Computer Science

By: David R. O'Hallaron (Editor)

Paperback ISBN: 9783540651727
Number Of Pages: 412

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This book constitutes the strictly refereed post-workshop proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Languages, Compilers, and Run-Time Systems for Scalable Computing, LCR '98, held in Pittsburgh, PA, USA in May 1998. The 23 revised full papers presented were carefully selected from a total of 47 submissions; also included are nine refereed short papers. All current issues of developing software systems for parallel and distributed computers are covered, in particular irregular applications, automatic parallelization, run-time parallelization, load balancing, message-passing systems, parallelizing compilers, shared memory systems, client server applications, etc.

Expressing Irregular Computations in Modern Fortran Dialectsp. 1
Memory System Support for Irregular Applicationsp. 17
MENHIR: An Environment for High Performance Matlabp. 27
On the Automatic Parallelization of Sparse and Irregular Fortran Programsp. 41
Loop Transformations for Hierarchical Parallelism and Localityp. 57
Dataflow Analysis Driven Dynamic Data Partitioningp. 75
A Case for Combining Compile-Time and Run-Time Parallelizationp. 91
Compiler and Run-Time Support for Adaptive Load Balancing in Software Distributed Shared Memory Systemsp. 107
Efficient Interprocedural Data Placement Optimisation in a Parallel Libraryp. 123
A Framework for Specializing Threads in Concurrent Run-Time Systemsp. 139
Load Balancing with Migrant Lightweight Threadsp. 153
Integrated Task and Data Parallel Support for Dynamic Applicationsp. 167
Supporting Self-Adaptivity for SPMD Message-Passing Applicationsp. 181
Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Parallelizing Compilerp. 195
Comparing Reference Counting and Global Mark-and-Sweep on Parallel Computersp. 205
Design of the GODIVA Performance Measurement Systemp. 219
Instrumentation Database for Performance Analysis of Parallel Scientific Applicationsp. 229
A Performance Prediction Framework for Data Intensive Applications on Large Scale Parallel Machinesp. 243
MARS: A Distributed Memory Approach to Shared Memory Compilatiop. 259
More on Scheduling Block-Cyclic Array Redistributionp. 275
Flexible and Optimized IDL Compilation for Distributed Applicationsp. 288
QoS Aspect Languages and Their Runtime Integrationp. 303
Statistical Properties of Host Loadp. 319
Locality Enhancement for Large-Scale Shared-Memory Multiprocessorsp. 335
Language and Compiler Support for Out-of-Core Irregular Applications on Distributed-Memory Multiprocessorsp. 343
Detection of Races and Control-Flow Nondeterminismp. 351
Improving Locality in Out-of-Core Computations Using Data Layout Transformationsp. 359
Optimizing Computational and Spatial Overheads in Complex Transformed Loopsp. 367
Building a Conservative Parallel Simulation with Existing Component Librariesp. 378
A Coordination Layer for Exploiting Task Parallelism with HPFp. 386
InterAct: Virtual Sharing for Interactive Client-Server Applicationsp. 394
Standard Templates Adaptive Parallel Library (STAPL)p. 402
Author Indexp. 411
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ISBN: 9783540651727
ISBN-10: 3540651721
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 412
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.18
Weight (kg): 0.59