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Harnessing the power of emerging petascale platforms
Deadlock-Free Scheduling of X10 Computations with Bounded Resources
Stack Trace Analysis for Large Scale Debugging
Multithreading for Synchronization Tolerance in Matrix Factorization
Automatic Nonblocking Communication for Partitioned Global Address Space Programs
Scalability Analysis of SPMD Codes Using Expectations
Hierarchical Pointer Analysis for Distributed Programs
Implementation of Mixed Precision in Solving Systems of Linear Equations on the Cell Processor
Languages for High-Productivity Computing: The DARPA HPCS Language Project
Application Insight Through Performance Modeling
Understanding Unfulfilled Memory Reuse Potential in Scientific Applications
Harnessing the Power of Emerging Petascale Platforms
Software Technology for Leadership-Class Computing
Scientific Computing Kernels on the Cell Processor
Productivity and Performance Using Partitioned Global Address Space Languages
Parallel Languages and Compilers: Perspective from the Titanium Experience
Programming Languages/Models and Compiler Technologies
Tool Futures: A Look Back and a Look Forward
Partitioned Global Address Space Languages for Multilevel Parallelism
Tools and Libraries for Manycore Computing
Compilation Techniques for PGAS Languages
Architectural Trends and Programming Model Strategies for Large-Scale Machines
CScADS Poster - February 2007
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