By (author): Mary M. Eshaghian

Copyright: 1996
Pages: 375
ISBN: 9780890065525

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How can dissimilar processors be linked to achieve the power of a supercomputer? This is a question of growing interest to many organizations - and one answered in the first-ever book to describe the emerging field of heterogeneous computing. The book explains the fundamental concepts of distributed, parallel processing and provides a comprehensive overview of all the latest research/design issues and up-and-coming applications. This is a highly informative reference for research and development scientists, software engineers, high-level consultants, and graduate students involved in or entering this new field.
Table Of Contents
Mixed-Mode Computing. Multi-Mode Computing. Designing Heterogeneous Architectures. Portable Programming Modeling. Partitioning and Mapping. Load Balancing and Scheduling. Programming Environments. Programming Languages. Multimedia Applications.


  • Mary M. Eshaghian