OSL: An Algorithmic Skeleton Library with Exceptions

@inproceedings{Legaux2013OSLAA,
  title={OSL: An Algorithmic Skeleton Library with Exceptions},
  author={Joeffrey Legaux and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Loulergue and Sylvain Jubertie},
  booktitle={ICCS},
  year={2013}
}
Exception handling is a traditional and natural mechanism to manage errors and events that disrupt the normal flow of program instructions. In most concurrent or parallel systems, exception handling is done locally or sequentially, and cannot guarantee the global coherence of the system after an exception is caught. Working with a structured parallel model is an advantage in this respect. Algorithmic skeletons, that are patterns of parallel algorithms on distributed data structures, offer such… CONTINUE READING

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