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Gestion dynamique d'une architecture cellulaire massivement parallèle

Abstract : The actor model which is a concurrent computing model that seems to be well suited to the massively parallel architecture execution model. We investigate its adequacy to a massively parallel fine grain machine ; we derive the basic mechanisms to be integrated at the routing unit level of this machine. For dynamic programming models of this kind, it is necessary to establish a stra= tegy for dynamic process allocation. We propose and evaluate an original approach= for dynamic process allocation in a massively parallel architecture. In the case of a fine grain machine as ours, it is essential that= such a function implies a minimum overhead in terms of communications. We introduce= an integrated hardware function that takes in charge the search for free proces= sors that will execute dynamic processes. The evaluation of the main architectura= l choices had been carried out with the help of a simulator developed as a= part of this work. The results obtained in this thesis show the usefullness of this approach.
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Youssef Latrous. Gestion dynamique d'une architecture cellulaire massivement parallèle. Réseaux et télécommunications [cs.NI]. Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble - INPG, 1995. Français. ⟨tel-00005051⟩



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