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PDS : un générateur de système de développement pour machines parallèles

Abstract : A parallel program execution on a parallel machine does not longer match the classical scheme of translating the source code to executable code by using the compilation and linking phases. At least two more phases are necessary : the extraction of the parallel modules (processes) to be executed on different processors and the allocation of processes on the physical processors. These stages gretly influence the performances of the execution of a parallel program. PDS, a generator for program development systems which is proposed in this thesis, is extended to be used for applications programs wich are independent of the actual details of the parallel machine to be used for execution. The keystone of PDS is a virtual machine definition allowing to keep this independence of program development as much as possible. An experimental version of PDS is dedicated to "Supernodes" a family of parallel and dynamically reconfigurable machines ot transputers developped in an ESPRIT project.
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Jacques Eudes. PDS : un générateur de système de développement pour machines parallèles. Réseaux et télécommunications [cs.NI]. Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble - INPG, 1990. Français. ⟨tel-00004713⟩



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