Multicore programming is both prevalent and difficult. Industry programmers deal with large amounts of legacy code and are increasingly relying on multithreading to provide scalability. For legacy systems, it may not be possible to change this programming model. The Transitioning to MultiCore (TMC) workshop is focused on tools and systems for parallel programming that are interoperable with legacy code, that minimize the annotation burden for developers, and match well with current industry practice. We solicit industry experience reports about working or unworkable examples of such tools or systems, as well as research reports.
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