M.W. van Tol
- Extending and implementing the Self-adaptive Virtual Processor for distributed memory architectures
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- Ithaca, NY, USA: Cornell University Library
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- Faculty of Science (FNWI)
- Informatics Institute (IVI)
Many-core architectures of the future are likely to have distributed memory organizations and need fine grained concurrency management to be used effectively. The Self-adaptive Virtual Processor (SVP) is an abstract concurrent programming model which can provide this, but the model and its current implementations assume a single address space shared memory. We investigate and extend SVP to handle distributed environments, and discuss a prototype SVP implementation which transparently supports execution on heterogeneous distributed memory clusters over TCP/IP connections, while retaining the original SVP programming model.
- Technical report, self-published on arXiv.org
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