The Parpar System: a Software Mpp

@inproceedings{BENHANOKH1999ThePS,
  title={The Parpar System: a Software Mpp},
  author={GABRIEL BENHANOKH and David Er-El and Yoav Etsion and MARC A. VOLOVIC},
  year={1999}
}
  • GABRIEL BENHANOKH, David Er-El, +1 author MARC A. VOLOVIC
  • Published 1999
1.1 Introduction To place ParPar 1. in context, we must rst review the diierent modes of operation common on clusters. Probably the most common approach is to view the cluster as a Network Of Workstations (NOW). With this approach, each node is owned by a certain individual, and is usually also physically located in his work area. The owner uses his workstation for administrative work, such as e-mail, and also for processing, e.g. text processing or engineering applications. But such work… CONTINUE READING
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