2 edition of An approach to automating the verification of compact parallel coordination programs. I. found in the catalog.
by Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University in New York
Written in English
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A Parallel Computing Implementation of Dynamic Programming and Its Application to an HEV Yixing Liu /5/26 Examiner De-Jiu Chen Supervisor Lei Feng Commissioner Lei Feng Contact person Lei Feng Abstract Dynamic programming is a File Size: 3MB. This paper is aimed at verification engineers looking to improve the productivity of their verification flow and to understand where multi-core simulations can provide maximum benefit. II. SUITABLE DESIGN TYPES. Certain kinds of designs are natural candidates for an efficient multi-core parallel simulation due to the structure of.
Self-configuration (sometimes referred to as reconfiguration) and adaptive coordination (sometimes referred to as adaptation) refer to the spectrum of changes that a system makes to itself in response to occurrences in its environment and internally. Neither of these terms is meant to convey infinite flexibility. The changes that self-configuration and adaptive coordination . The Parallel Implementation of a Full Configuration Interaction Program Abstract Both the replicated and distributed data parallel full configuration interaction (FCI) implementations are described. The implementation of the FCI algorithm is organized in .
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A class of parallel coordination programs for a shared memory asynchronous parallel processor is considered. These programs use the operation Fetch & Add which is the basic primitive for the NYU-Ultracomputer. A correctness proof for the considered programs must be done for arbitrary number N of processing elements since the Ultracomputer design Cited by: Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume ) This work was supported in part by the Applied Mathematical Sciences Program of the U.S.
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An Approach to Automating the Verification of Compact Parallel Coordination Programs I. A unified approach to program verification is.
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