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A modular and parameterisable classification of algorithms

@inproceedings{Nugteren2011AMA,
  title={A modular and parameterisable classification of algorithms},
  author={C. Nugteren and H. Corporaal},
  year={2011}
}
  • C. Nugteren, H. Corporaal
  • Published 2011
  • Computer Science
  • Multi-core and many-core were already major trends for the past six years, and are expected to continue for the next decades. With this trend of parallel computing, it becomes increasingly difficult to decide on which architecture to run a certain application or algorithm. Additionally, it brings forth the problem of parallel programming, leading to the so-called software engineering crisis. In this work we present a new algorithm classification. This algorithm classification is designed for… CONTINUE READING

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