Title: Proceedings of WoTUG-18: Transputer and occam Developments
Editors: Patrick Nixon
Publisher: IOS Press, Amsterdam
ISBN: 90 5199 222 X
ISSN: 0925 4986
- A transputer implementation of a runtime timing constraint-monitor Fergus E. Fletcher, 15 pages
- PARAVER: A Tool to Visualize and Analyze Parallel Code V. Pillet, J. Labarta, T. Cortes, S. Girona, 15 pages
- Parallel Imperative Functional Programming Steve Hill, 14 pages
- A fast C Kernel for Portable occam Compilers Barry M. Cook, 19 pages
- Porting the INMOS occam Compiler to the SPARC Architecture K. Rothwell, G. Shaw, A Smith, 8 pages
- Optimum Transputer Configurations for Real Applications Requiring Global Communication Colin J. Burgess, Alan G. Chalmers, 11 pages
- Parallel application development with dynamo A. Biriukov, D. Ulyanov, 9 pages
- Parallelisation for the progressive refinement radiosity method for the synthesis of realistic images Peter Green, Ed Morgan, 16 pages
- Data Mining in Parallel Sarabjot S. Anand, C. Mary Shapcott, David A. Bell, John G. Hughes, 12 pages
- Linda implementation revisted Andrew Douglas, Alan Wood, Antony Rowstron, 14 pages
- Real-time Performance Evaluation Issues for Transputer Networks M. Tokhi, M. Hossain, M. Baxter, P. J. Fleming, 12 pages
- Using records and pointers with occam 2.5 Michael D. Poole, 12 pages
- Mapping PCSC Design Model to Inmos ANSI C S. Sahib, Gordon A. Manson, 19 pages
- Modelling Real-Time Behaviour of Parallel Transputer Systems under Failure Conditions Peter R. Croll, P. M. Griffiths, 13 pages
- Application of Transputer-based Parallel Computation in Matching Real-Time Control Models Tushar K. Hazra, 16 pages
- Incorporating Use-Case Analysis in PCSC Method Chandran Elamvazuthi, Gordon A. Manson, 14 pages
- A Distributed I/O Communication Protocol for a Network of Transputers Runhe Huang, Mike Morgan, 11 pages
- A Parallel Programming Methodology Based on Paradigms Fethi A. Rabhi, 13 pages
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