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Experiments of a reconfigurable multiprocessor simulation on a distributed environment

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Apduhan, B.O. ; Dept. of Artificial Intelligence, Kyushu Inst. of Technol., Izuka, Japan ; Sueyoshi, T. ; Namiuchi, Y. ; Tezuka, T.
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The experiments and analysis of a reconfigurable multiprocessor simulation on a cluster of workstations connected by Ethernet are presented. The system model and simulation environment is described. The monitoring/debugging tool and the concept of SPP, a proposed parallel programming paradigm which can effectively reduce the synchronization operations, are described. The structure of the modules comprised by the system software model are also described. The sequential and parallel versions of a computationally intensive sequential program were executed on different network topologies and its speedup ratios are analyzed and discussed. The crucial issues in realizing reconfigurable multiprocessor simulation on a distributed environment are considered.<>

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Computers and Communications, 1992. Conference Proceedings., Eleventh Annual International Phoenix Conference on

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1-3 April 1992