Systematic Extraction and Implementation of Divide-and-Conquer Parallelism (1996)

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by Sergei Gorlatch
Venue:Programming languages: Implementation, Logics and Programs, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1140
Citations:16 - 5 self

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