Software Design When Migrating to Multiprocessors Daniel Häggander and Lars Lundberg*, "memory Allocation Pre- Vented Telecommunication Application to Be Parallelized for Better Database Utilization", Accepted for the 6th International Australasian Conference on Parallel and Real-time Systems, List

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  title={Software Design When Migrating to Multiprocessors Daniel H{\"a}ggander and Lars Lundberg*, "memory Allocation Pre- Vented Telecommunication Application to Be Parallelized for Better Database Utilization", Accepted for the 6th International Australasian Conference on Parallel and Real-time Systems, List },
  author={Lars. Lundberg},
  year={1999}
}
  • Lars. Lundberg
  • Published 1999
A simple and cost-effective way to obtain high performance in large real-time applications is to utilize high performance hardware. Symmetric Multi-Processors (SMP:s) are today the mainstream in high performance hardware. SMP is, however, a parallel hardware architecture and relies thus on a parallel application software to operate efficiently. A strong focus on quality attributes such as maintainability and flexibility has resulted in a number of new methodologies, e.g. object-oriented and… CONTINUE READING
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