Igor Eric

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Recently proposed hybrid dataflow and shared memory programming models combine these two underlying models in order to support a wider range of problems naturally. The effectiveness of such hybrid models for parallel implementations of dense and sparse algebra problems is well known. In this paper, we show another real world example for which hybrid(More)
The current trend in development of parallel programming models is to combine different well established models into a single programming model in order to support efficient implementation of a wide range of real world applications. The dataflow model has particularly managed to recapture the interest of the research community due to its ability to express(More)
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