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Title: Chapter 1 Modularity, Reuse and Efficiency with Message-Driven Libraries

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Subject: L. V. Kale,A. Gursoy Chapter 1 Modularity, Reuse and Efficiency with Message-Driven Libraries

Description: Software re-use via libraries is a strategy that allows the cost of software to be amortized. A parallel programming system must support the ability to develop modules that can be "fitted together" in a variety of contexts. Although it is important to be able to reuse parallel libraries, it is also more difficult to use parallel modules in comparison to sequential module. We present a methodology for developing libraries that addresses these issues effectively. The methodology, which is embodied in the Charm system, employs message-driven execution (in contrast to traditional, receive based message passing), information sharing abstractions, the notion of branched objects, and explicit support for modules. 1 Introduction Software re-use via libraries is a strategy that allows the cost of software to be amortized. A parallel programming system must support the ability to develop modules that can be "fitted together" in a variety of contexts. For example, one should be able to use a (pr...

Contributor: The Pennsylvania State University CiteSeer Archives

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Date: 1996-11-09

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Format: ps

Identifier: http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/140238.html

Source: http://charm.cs.uiuc.edu/version2/papers/ModularityPPSC95.ps

Language: en

Rights: unrestricted

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