Integrating software distributed shared memory and message passing programming
Software Distributed Shared Memory (SDSM) systems provide programmers with a shared memory programming environment across distributed memory architectures. In contrast to the message passing programming environment, an SDSM can resolve data dependencies within the application without the programmer having to explicitly specify the required communications. Such ease-of-use is, however, provided at a cost to performance. This thesis considers how the SDSM programming model can be combined with...[Show more]
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