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Ubiquity Symposium 'The Multicore Transformation': Opening Statement

Ubiquity Symposium 'The Multicore Transformation': Opening Statement
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2014 

Autoren:

Walter F. Tichy 

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Summary

Chips with multiple processors, called multicore chips, have caused a resurgence of interest in parallel computing. Multicores are now available in servers, PCs, laptops, embedded systems, and mobile devices. Because multiprocessors could be mass-produced for the same cost as uniprocessors, parallel programming is no longer reserved for a small elite of programmers such as operating system developers, database system designers, and supercomputer users. Thanks to multicore chips, everyone's computer is a parallel machine. Parallel computing has become ubiquitous. In this symposium, seven authors examine what it means for computing to enter the parallel age.

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@article{Ubiquity2014a,
author={Walter F. Tichy},
title={Ubiquity Symposium 'The Multicore Transformation': Opening Statement},
year=2014,
month=May,
publisher={ACM},
volume={2014},
howpublished={Ubiquity Symposium},
url={https://ps.ipd.kit.edu/downloads/},
doi={http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2618393},
abstract={Chips with multiple processors, called multicore chips, have caused a resurgence of interest in parallel computing. Multicores are now available in servers, PCs, laptops, embedded systems, and mobile devices. Because multiprocessors could be mass-produced for the same cost as uniprocessors, parallel programming is no longer reserved for a small elite of programmers such as operating system developers, database system designers, and supercomputer users. Thanks to multicore chips, everyone's computer is a parallel machine. Parallel computing has become ubiquitous. In this symposium, seven authors examine what it means for computing to enter the parallel age.},
organization={ACM},
number={5},
pages={1-8},
journal={ACM Ubiquity},