Multicore scheduling for lightweight communicating processes


Process-oriented programming is a design methodology in which software applications are constructed from communicating concurrent processes. A typical process-oriented design involves the composition of a large number of small isolated component processes. These concurrent components allow for the scalable parallel execution of the resulting application on… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.scico.2011.04.006


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@inproceedings{Ritson2009MulticoreSF, title={Multicore scheduling for lightweight communicating processes}, author={Carl G. Ritson and Adam T. Sampson and Fred R. M. Barnes}, booktitle={Sci. Comput. Program.}, year={2009} }