Multiprogrammed Parallel Application Scheduling in NUMA Multiprocessors

@inproceedings{Benedict1993MultiprogrammedPA,
  title={Multiprogrammed Parallel Application Scheduling in NUMA Multiprocessors},
  author={Timothy Benedict},
  year={1993}
}
The invention, acceptance, and proliferation of multiprocessors are primarily a result of the quest to increase computer system performance. The most promising features of multiprocessors are their potential to solve problems faster than previously possible and to solve larger problems than previously possible. Large-scale multiprocessors offer the additional advantage of being able to execute multiple parallel applications simultaneously. The execution time of a parallel application is… CONTINUE READING

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