Stages and Transformations in Parallel Programming

@inproceedings{Gorlatch1996StagesAT,
  title={Stages and Transformations in Parallel Programming},
  author={Sergei Gorlatch},
  year={1996}
}
An approach, called SAT (Stages And Transformations), is introduced to support the derivation of parallel distributed-memory programs. During the design, a program is viewed as a single thread of stages, with parallelism concentrated within stages; the target program is of the SPMD format. The design process is based on the transformation rules of the Bird-Meertens formalism of higher-order functions over lists. The approach is illustrated by three case studies which include: a systematic… CONTINUE READING

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