This set of technical books contains all the information presented at the 1995 International Conference on Parallel Processing. This conference, held August 14 - 18, featured over 100 lectures from more than 300 contributors, and included three panel sessions and three keynote addresses. The international authorship includes experts from around the globe, from Texas to Tokyo, from Leiden to London. Compiled by faculty at the University of Illinois and sponsored by Penn State University, these Proceedings are a comprehensive look at all that's new in the field of parallel processing.The simulations show that the execution speed of production systems is improved when applying the CACR strategy with the rule-splitting ... However, when a programa#39;s enabling ratio is at most 0.1 and the total number of rules is at most 200, the memory needed for synchronization is less than 10 mega-bytes. ... [ 3] C. Forgy, OPS5 Usera#39;s Manual, Dept. of Computer Science, Carnegie- Mellon Univ., Tech.
|Title||:||Proceedings of the 1995 International Conference on Parallel Processing|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1995-08-08|