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Algorithmically Specialized Parallel Computers by Lawrence Snyder, Leah H. Jamieson, Dennis B. Gannon

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Both polygon-based and line-based image generation systems are surveyed. Difficulties associated with these systems are discussed and some possible solutions proposed. Solutions based on using standard hardware components and solutions using customdesigned VLSI components are both considered. Stone considers the application of a specific architectural feature in a particular problem domain: the use of the F E T C H - A N D - A D D instruction in a data base task. The F E T C H - A N D - A D D instruction allows synchronizing primitives to be executed in parallel.

We envision RESST chips being utilized as a form of hardware support for database systems, perhaps as disk buffer storage for providing automatic sorting of secondary indices for multi-relation query processing in a relational database system [U1180]. A. Career Development Grant, a California MICRO Fellowship, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research Grant AF0SR-76-3596, and the Naval Electronic Systems Command Contract NESC-N0003&-81-C-0569. ALGORITHMICALLY SPECIALIZED PARALLEL COMPUTERS 27 Copyright © 1985, by Academic Press, Inc.

A case study is presented to illustrate the problem of mapping a desired virtual system onto a parallel general purpose machine. Reducing the "serial portion" of a program and using dependency flow analysis are proposed as two approaches toward solving this mapping problem. Douglass stresses the need for techniques to characterize parallel algorithms, parallel languages, and parallel architectures, and the mappings between these levels of abstraction. MPP: A HIGH-SPEED IMAGE PROCESSOR Kenneth E .

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