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Inherent Parallelism
, 2008
"... To run a software application on a large number of parallel processors, N, and expect to obtain speed increases near N, each processor must be used effectively. Furthermore, given that the multiplier on speed, M, is sufficiently close to N, then one may want to add more processors while maintaining ..."
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To run a software application on a large number of parallel processors, N, and expect to obtain speed increases near N, each processor must be used effectively. Furthermore, given that the multiplier on speed, M, is sufficiently close to N, then one may want to add more processors while maintaining
INHERENTLY PARALLEL GEOMETRIC PROBLEMS
, 2004
"... A new computational paradigm is described which o ers the possibility of superlinear (and sometimes unbounded) speedup, when parallel computation is used. The computations involved are subject only to given mathematical constraints and hence do not depend on external circumstances to achieve superli ..."
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A new computational paradigm is described which o ers the possibility of superlinear (and sometimes unbounded) speedup, when parallel computation is used. The computations involved are subject only to given mathematical constraints and hence do not depend on external circumstances to achieve
INHERENTLY PARALLEL GEOMETRIC COMPUTATIONS
 PARALLEL PROCESSING LETTERS
, 2004
"... A new computational paradigm is described which offers the possibility of superlinear (and sometimes unbounded) speedup, when parallel computation is used. The computations involved are subject only to given mathematical constraints and hence do not depend on external circumstances to achieve superl ..."
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A new computational paradigm is described which offers the possibility of superlinear (and sometimes unbounded) speedup, when parallel computation is used. The computations involved are subject only to given mathematical constraints and hence do not depend on external circumstances to achieve
Estimating the Inherent Parallelism in Prolog Programs
 In Proceedings of the 1992 International Conference on Fifth Generation Computer Systems
, 1992
"... In this paper we describe a system for compile time instrumentation of Prolog programs to estimate the amount of inherent parallelism. Using this information we can determine the maximum speedup obtainable through OR and AND/ORparallel execution. We present the results of instrumenting a number of ..."
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In this paper we describe a system for compile time instrumentation of Prolog programs to estimate the amount of inherent parallelism. Using this information we can determine the maximum speedup obtainable through OR and AND/ORparallel execution. We present the results of instrumenting a number
Unsupervised Discourse Segmentation of Documents with Inherently Parallel Structure
"... Documents often have inherently parallel structure: they may consist of a text and commentaries, or an abstract and a body, or parts presenting alternative views on the same problem. Revealing relations between the parts by jointly segmenting and predicting links between the segments, would help to ..."
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Documents often have inherently parallel structure: they may consist of a text and commentaries, or an abstract and a body, or parts presenting alternative views on the same problem. Revealing relations between the parts by jointly segmenting and predicting links between the segments, would help
Exploiting Inherent Parallelisms for Accelerating Linear Hough Transform
 IEEE Transactions on Image Processing
"... Abstract—Accelerating Hough transform in hardware has been of interest due its popularity in realtime capable image processing applications. In most existing linear Hough transform architectures, an edge map is serially read for processing, resulting in a total computation time of at least cycle ..."
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cycles. In this paper, we propose a novel parallel Hough transform computation method called the Additive Hough transform (AHT), wherein the image is divided using a grid to reduce the total computation time by a factor of . We have also proposed an efficient implementation of the AHT consisting of a
Operational Semantics for Object Ownership and Runtime Reasoning about Inherent Parallelism
, 2008
"... In this technical report we develop the operational semantics for the effective ownership based language presented in “Reasoning about Inherent Parallelism in ObjectOriented Programs using Ownership Types”. These developments were not presented as part of the paper for the purposes of clarity and a ..."
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In this technical report we develop the operational semantics for the effective ownership based language presented in “Reasoning about Inherent Parallelism in ObjectOriented Programs using Ownership Types”. These developments were not presented as part of the paper for the purposes of clarity
Reasoning About Inherent Parallelism in Modern ObjectOriented Languages
"... In the future, if we are to continue to expect improved application performance we will have to achieve it by exploiting coursegrained hardware parallelism rather then simply relying on processor cycles getting faster. Programmers will, therefore, need to accept some of the burden of detecting and ..."
Technical Report No. 2004480 INHERENTLY PARALLEL GEOMETRIC PROBLEMS
, 2004
"... A new computational paradigm is described which o ers the possibility ofsuperlinear (and sometimes unbounded) speedup, when parallel computation is used. The computations involved are subject only to given mathematical constraints and hence do not depend on external circumstances to achieve superlin ..."
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A new computational paradigm is described which o ers the possibility ofsuperlinear (and sometimes unbounded) speedup, when parallel computation is used. The computations involved are subject only to given mathematical constraints and hence do not depend on external circumstances to achieve
Scheduler Activations: Effective Kernel Support for the UserLevel Management of Parallelism
 ACM Transactions on Computer Systems
, 1992
"... Threads are the vehicle,for concurrency in many approaches to parallel programming. Threads separate the notion of a sequential execution stream from the other aspects of traditional UNIXlike processes, such as address spaces and I/O descriptors. The objective of this separation is to make the expr ..."
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Threads are the vehicle,for concurrency in many approaches to parallel programming. Threads separate the notion of a sequential execution stream from the other aspects of traditional UNIXlike processes, such as address spaces and I/O descriptors. The objective of this separation is to make
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