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Threading in Multiprocesser environment

Swati Baxi
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Joined: Oct 16, 2005
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Parallelizing Loops for Multiprocessor Machines
Peter Chase
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You're gonna have to try harder than that, if you want people to help you.


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Mr. C Lamont Gilbert
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Parallelizing loops is an art. Its an application level thing for the most part. It does not happen automatically.

Though my graduate school professor's thesis was about a parallelizing compiler. I don't think there are any parallelizing JVMs at the moment. I could probably make some nice $$$ If I built one
Henry Wong
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I hate recommending my own book -- mainly because there is no way I can come off as anything else but bias.

However, in the book, we devote a whole chapter on this very subject -- the manual parallelization of loops for multiprocessor machines.

Henry


Books: Java Threads, 3rd Edition, Jini in a Nutshell, and Java Gems (contributor)
Ken Blair
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I'm told your book is very good. Considering it's coming from an experienced, picky, cynical programmer I'd say it must be.

EDIT: That is to say the compliment is coming from one like that.
[ October 18, 2005: Message edited by: Ken Blair ]
Ernest Friedman-Hill
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Originally posted by Ken Blair:
I'm told your book is very good. Considering it's coming from an experienced, picky, cynical programmer I'd say it must be.

EDIT: That is to say the compliment is coming from one like that.


Henry is also an experienced, picky, cynical programmer. And I really liked his book, too. You should buy a copy!


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Ken Blair
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I'll borrow the experienced, cynical, picky programmer's copy when he's done. What good are dad's if they can't lend you a book?
 
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