Achieving high performance and high productivity in next generation parallel programming languages
Processor design has turned toward parallelism and heterogeneity cores to achieve performance and energy efficiency. Developers find high- level languages attractive because they use abstraction to offer productivity and portability over hardware complexities. To achieve performance, some modern implementations of high-level languages use work-stealing scheduling for load balancing of dynamically created tasks. Work-stealing is a promising approach for effectively exploiting software...[Show more]
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