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Distributed modeling and implementation of high performance communication architectures

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2 Author(s)
Shafer, K. ; OCLC Online Comput. Libr. Center, Dublin, OH, USA ; Ahuja, M.

High performance distributed computing systems require high performance communication systems. Distributed modeling and implementation of these communication systems is important. Toward this goal, the authors refine the process-to-channelagent-to-process (PCP) model of asynchronous distributed communication. While the PCP model provides a versatile and succinct mechanism for specifying and comparing different types of channels, it is inherently centralized. The refined model presented here, the process-to-channelagent-to-channelagent-to-process (PCCP) communication model, is amenable to distributed modeling and implementation of channels. The usefulness of the PCCP model is demonstrated by presenting a distributed implementation of hierarchical F-channels

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Distributed Computing Systems, 1993., Proceedings the 13th International Conference on

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25-28 May 1993

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