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Average citations per article5.80
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Publication years1987-1990
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May 1990 ACM Transactions on Computer Systems (TOCS): Volume 8 Issue 2, May 1990
Publisher: ACM
Citation Count: 5
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Application programs written for large-scale multicomputers with interconnection structures known to the programmer (e.g., hypercubes or meshes) use complex communication structures for connecting the applications' parallel tasks. Such structures implement a wide variety of functions, including the exchange of data or control information relevant to the task computations and/or the ...

February 1990 Concurrency: Practice and Experience: Volume 1 Issue 2, Dec. 1989
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd.
Citation Count: 5

January 1989
Citation Count: 2

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January 1988 C3P: Proceedings of the third conference on Hypercube concurrent computers and applications: Architecture, software, computer systems, and general issues - Volume 1
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Citation Count: 1
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The programming of a large-scale multicomputer that exhibits an interconnection structure known to the applications programmer (e.g. a hypercube or mesh) requires the explicit construction and use of complex communication structures for connecting the application's parallel tasks. Such structures are used for a wide variety of functions, including the exchange ...

August 1987 IEEE Transactions on Computers - Special Issue on Real-Time Systems: Volume 36 Issue 8, Aug. 1987
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
Citation Count: 16

We describe our experiences with a real-time multiprocessor operating system, called GEM (Generalized Executive for Multiprocessor applications) and with an extension to GEM, called CHAOS (Concurrent Hierarchical Adaptable Object System). CHAOS offers kernel-level primitives that allow high-performance, large-scale, real-time software to be programmed as a system of interacting objects. This ...
Keywords: parallelism, robotics, object model, Object invocation, operating software

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