Parallel computing is becoming an increasingly cost effective and affordable means for providing enormous computing power, and massively parallel processing (MPP) machines have been relatively easy to build. However, designing good parallel algorithms that can efficiently use the hardware resources to get the maximum performance remains a challenge. This is the first book to discuss the design and use of practical parallel algorithms for solving problems in a growing application area whose computational requirements are enormous: VLSI CAD applications. Discusses practical parallel algorithms (written in C and pseudo-C) for all three forms of parallel programming -- shared memory MIMD, message passing distributed MIMD, and SIMD -- for a wide variety of interesting applications -- with actual experimental results. For engineers in VLSI CAD or parallel computer companies; and students and professors in electrical engineering and computer science.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1994. Textbook Binding. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0130158356