Corpus ID: 16721036

Agent-Based Parallel Computing in Java Proof of Concept

@inproceedings{Mohamed2001AgentBasedPC,
  title={Agent-Based Parallel Computing in Java Proof of Concept},
  author={N. Mohamed and H. Jiang and David Swanson},
  year={2001}
}
The advancements in computer technology and the availability of multiprocessor systems led to a very active research in the area of parallel and distributed computing. Moreover, As Java becomes more popular and available on almost any platform, there has been an increasing need for development tools, in Java, for high performance computing on heterogeneous systems. This has generated considerable research in the area of parallel, distributed and multithreaded programming environments and tools… CONTINUE READING
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