By Peter Pacheco
Writer Peter Pacheco makes use of an academic method of convey scholars how you can strengthen potent parallel courses with MPI, Pthreads, and OpenMP. the 1st undergraduate textual content to without delay deal with compiling and operating parallel courses at the new multi-core and cluster structure, An creation to Parallel Programming explains the best way to layout, debug, and overview the functionality of dispensed and shared-memory courses. simple workouts educate scholars the best way to bring together, run and alter instance programs.
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