Johann Leichtl

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An important development in cluster computing is the availability of multiprocessor workstations. These are able to provide additional computational power to the cluster without increasing network overhead, and allow multiparadigm parallelism, which we define to be the simultaneous application of both distributed and shared memory parallel processing(More)
The increasing speed of network technology for workstation clusters has allowed a larger number of independent machines to cooperate in a computation. The recent availability of multiprocessor workstations provides an opportunity to increase the number of participating processors even further. The dual-level parallelism ooered by this platforms allows the(More)
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