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Fundamentals of Parallel Computing by Harry…

Fundamentals of Parallel Computing

by Harry F. Jordan

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0139011587, Paperback)

Rapid changes in the field of parallel processing make this book especially important for professionals who are faced daily with new products—and provides them with the level of understanding they need to evaluate and select the products. It gives readers a fundamental understanding of parallel processing application and system development. Chapter topics include parallel machines and computations, potential for parallel computations, vector algorithms and architectures, MIMD computers and multiprocessors, distributed memory processors, interconnection networks, data dependence and parallelism, implementing synchronization and data sharing, parallel processor performance, temporal behavior of parallel programs, and parallel I/O. For computational scientists, software engineers, computer architects, and computer engineers.

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