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Work-stealing is a promising approach for effectively exploiting software parallelism on parallel hardware. A programmer who uses work-stealing explicitly identifies potential parallelism and the runtime then schedules work, keeping otherwise idle hardware busy while relieving overloaded hardware of its burden. Prior work has demonstrated that work-stealing(More)
The Partitioned Global Address Space (PGAS) programming models combine shared and distributed memory features, providing the basis for high performance and high productivity parallel programming environments. UPC++ [39] is a very recent PGAS implementation that takes a library-based approach and avoids the complexities associated with compiler(More)
This paper addresses the problem of efficiently supporting parallelism within a managed runtime. A popular approach for exploiting software parallelism on parallel hardware is task parallelism, where the programmer explicitly identifies potential parallelism and the runtime then schedules the work. Work-stealing is a promising scheduling strategy that a(More)
Volunteer computing systems provide many thousands of Teraflop's of processor power for a wide range of scientific applications. There is a huge potential to use the contributed processor power for cloud computing applications. Cloud computing architectures have a robust design and are resilient to failures, whereas volunteer computing systems are highly(More)
The objective of present research is comprehensive study related to 5G technology of mobile communication for year 2020 in Indian prospective. The European and American forums started thinking seriously about the next generation of wireless and mobile communication for 2020. A European forum named METIS, Mobile and wireless communications Enablers for the(More)
Due to the increasing power constraints and higher and higher performance demands, many vendors have shifted their focus from designing high-performance computer nodes using powerful multicore general-purpose CPUs, to nodes containing a smaller number of general-purpose CPUs aided by a larger number of more power-efficient special purpose processing units,(More)
The biometrics system is mainly focuses on fingerprint recognition and how this system would be implemented. If it is implemented in our laboratory, this system would authenticate or contradict the uniqueness of each individual endeavoring to gain access to the laboratory region with a given sum of precision. The main problem in using such particular(More)