Assessing and Comparing the Usability of ParallelProgramming

@inproceedings{Wilson1995AssessingAC,
  title={Assessing and Comparing the Usability of ParallelProgramming},
  author={S V Wilson and R. Bruce Irvin},
  year={1995}
}
Parallel programming is widely acknowledged to be more diicult than sequential programming. One reason for this is that parallel programming systems are more diicult to use than their sequential counterparts. In particular, few parallel programming systems can support the software engineering requirements of large applications. We intend to assess and compare the usability of a variety of parallel programming systems using a small suite of chained applications called the Cowichan Problems. 
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