A graphical system for parallel software development

@inproceedings{Allen1997AGS,
  title={A graphical system for parallel software development},
  author={Robert Stephen Allen},
  year={1997}
}
Parallel architectures have become popular in the race to meet an increasing demand for computational power. While the benefits of parallel computing the performance improvements due to simultaneous computations are clear, achieving these benefits has proved difficult. The wide variety of parallel architectures has led to a similarly diverse range of parallel languages and methods for parallel programming, many of which feature complicated architecture-specific language mechanisms. The lack of… CONTINUE READING

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