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Compilation techniques for multicomputers

Michael, Gavin Constantine


This thesis considers problems in process and data partitioning when compiling programs for distributed-memory parallel computers (or multicomputers). These partitions may be specified by the user through the use of language constructs, or automatically determined by the compiler. Data and process partitioning techniques are developed for two models of compilation. The first compilation model focusses on the loop nests present in a serial program. Executing the iterations of these loop...[Show more]

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Date published: 1996-01-24
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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