Richard L. Kennell

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The automatic parallelization of C has always been frustrated by pointer arithmetic, irregular control flow and complicated data aggregation. Each of these problems is similar to familiar challenges encountered in the parallelization of more rigidly-structured languages such as FORTRAN. By creating a mapping from one language to the other, we can expose the(More)
Disciplinary Differences 2 Abstract This study examined differences across disciplines in resource allocation decisions on the part of a national sample of 1,690 academic administrators at doctoral-research universities. Forty versions of a web-based survey asked participants to make resource allocation decisions in scenarios reflecting Biglan's (1973a,(More)
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