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This paper presents a framework that allows plugging or unplugging Grid-related features to legacy code. Those features can, for example, transform sequential-like code to a parallel version or even a distributed version. With this approach scientists could develop their code as they are used to, that is, they could spent their time programming as they are(More)
Muscle invasive bladder cancer (MIBC, stage ≥T2) is generally associated with poor prognosis, constituting the second most common cause of death among genitourinary tumours. Due to high molecular heterogeneity significant variations in the natural history and disease outcome have been observed. This has also delayed the introduction of personalized(More)
This paper describes how to improve separation between domain-specific code and parallel code in skeletal systems. Traditionally, the code used to exploit parallelism is tangled among domain-specific code, which leads to problems such as: poor maintainability, lower flexibility, and weak scalability. In this paper we introduce the design of the YaSkel(More)
To harness the performance potential of current multicore processors, a multitude of algorithms, frameworks and libraries have been developed. Nevertheless, it is still extremely difficult to take advantage of the full potential of multicore processors. Moreover, in the presence of asymmetric sets of tasks, and/or when using third-party tools, this problem(More)
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