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Cc-coma: the compiler-controled coma as a framework for parallel computing

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4 Author(s)
Saito, S. ; Wakayama University, Japan ; Uehara, T. ; Joe, K. ; Kunieda, Yoshitoshi

In order to provide a fully-autosmutic parullelzing compiler with the furiction of both automatic datu partitioning and distribution, we propose a compilercontrolled cache only memory architecture (cc-COMA). The cc-COMA runtime system as based on a softwure-emulated COMA which covers a variety of parallel architectures from NUMA to NOW. The compiler generates both the user code and control code for the emulated cache based on the Entry Consistency model. The runtime system of cc-COMA executes the generated code following the suggestions of the compiler. In this paper we present an outline of what we call the cc-COMA system. Also described is an implementation of the cc-COMA, runtime system for networks of workstations, named Laurasia.

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Innovative Architecture for Future Generation High-Performance Processors and Systems, 1998

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24-24 Oct. 1998

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