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Achieving high performance and high productivity in next generation parallel programming languages

Kumar, Vivek


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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