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An Approach to Parallelization of Sequential C Code

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4 Author(s)
Vranic, Nikola ; RT-RK Comput. Based Syst. LLC, Novi Sad, Serbia ; Marinkovic, V. ; Djukic, M. ; Popovic, M.

Massive parallel computing (MPC) originally appeared in the arena of multi-core processors and graphic processing units with parallel computing architecture. Nevertheless, most embedded software is still written in C, therefore C code parallelization is being subject of many ongoing R&D efforts. The most prominent approaches to parallelization of C code include Intel Cilk Plus, OpenCL, vfAnalyst, etc. The objective of this paper is to contribute to the automatic parallelization of existing sequential C code, without any source code modifications/annotations, by proposing two appropriate algorithms for parallelization, Block algorithm, and Operation based algorithm.

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Engineering of Computer Based Systems (ECBS-EERC), 2011 2nd Eastern European Regional Conference on the

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5-6 Sept. 2011