XHIVE: interactive parallel application development using the PCF methodology

@inproceedings{Carboni1995XHIVEIP,
  title={XHIVE: interactive parallel application development using the PCF methodology},
  author={P. Carboni and M. Fuscione and F. Guindani and Sergio Punzi and Paolo Stofella},
  booktitle={HPCN Europe},
  year={1995}
}
The main goal of this work is to provide a set of tools able to give direct support for the most known parallel processing techniques when developing parallel application. Our approach departs from the classification of parallel computing paradigms and the associated parallelization techniques and from the definition of a set of structures and procedural interfaces able to partially solve the problems associated with these paradigms. Defining the concept of Parallel Computational Frames (PCF… 

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