Timings for associative operations on the MASC model

@article{Jin2001TimingsFA,
  title={Timings for associative operations on the MASC model},
  author={Mingxian Jin and Johnnie W. Baker and Kenneth E. Batcher},
  journal={Proceedings 15th International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium. IPDPS 2001},
  year={2001},
  pages={2053-2060}
}
The MASC (Multiple Associative Computing) model is a generalized associative-style computational model that naturally supports massive data-parallelism and also control-parallelism. A wide range of applications has been developed on this model. Recent research has compared its power to the power of other popular parallel models such as the PRAM and MMB models using simulations. However, the simulation of MMB has identified some important issues regarding the cost of certain basic MASC… CONTINUE READING
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