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Pervasive Parallelism 1. Background 2. Patterns Chapter 3. Patterns 3. Map 4. Collectives 5. Data Reorganization 6. Structures of Arrays 6. Stencil and Recurrence 7. Fork—Join 8. Pipeline 9. Examples Chapter Forward Seismic Simulation K-Means Clustering In this case we can re-wrap the FastFlow provides two streaming parallel patterns: code for f and g such that we eventually may implement pipeline and task-farm. The the emitter through a feedback channel. All these parts, whole procedure may be easily automatized.
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