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stkm:CBHPC:08 (In proceedings)
Author(s) Marco Aldinucci, Marco Danelutto, Hinde Lilia Bouziane and Christian Pérez
Title« Towards Software Component Assembly Language Enhanced with Workflows and Skeletons »
InProc. of the ACM SIGPLAN Component-Based High Performance Computing (CBHPC)
Page(s)1-11
Year2008
PublisherACM
AddressNew York, NY, USA
ISBN number978-1-60558-311-2
URLhttp://calvados.di.unipi.it/storage/paper_files/2008_CBHPC.pdf
Abstract
We explore the possibilities offered by a programming model supporting components, workflows and skeletons. In particular we describe how Stcm (Spatio-Temporal Component Model), an already existing programming model supporting components and workflows, can be extended to also provide algorithmic skeleton concepts. Programmers are therefore enabled to assembly applications specifying both temporal and spatial relations among components and instantiating predefined skeleton composite components to implement all those application parts that can be easily modeled with the available skeletons. We discuss preliminary results as well as the benefits deriving from Stkm (Spatio-Temporal sKeleton Model) adoption in a couple of real applications.

BibTeX code

@inproceedings{stkm:CBHPC:08,
  location = {Karlsruhe, Germany},
  month = oct,
  author = {Aldinucci, Marco and Danelutto, Marco and Bouziane, Hinde Lilia and
            P{\'e}rez, Christian},
  booktitle = {Proc. of the ACM SIGPLAN Component-Based High Performance
               Computing (CBHPC)},
  url = {http://calvados.di.unipi.it/storage/paper_files/2008_CBHPC.pdf},
  isbn = {978-1-60558-311-2},
  title = {Towards Software Component Assembly Language Enhanced with Workflows
           and Skeletons},
  abstract = {We explore the possibilities offered by a programming model
              supporting components, workflows and skeletons. In particular we
              describe how Stcm (Spatio-Temporal Component Model), an already
              existing programming model supporting components and workflows,
              can be extended to also provide algorithmic skeleton concepts.
              Programmers are therefore enabled to assembly applications
              specifying both temporal and spatial relations among components
              and instantiating predefined skeleton composite components to
              implement all those application parts that can be easily modeled
              with the available skeletons. We discuss preliminary results as
              well as the benefits deriving from Stkm (Spatio-Temporal sKeleton
              Model) adoption in a couple of real applications.},
  address = {New York, NY, USA},
  publisher = {ACM},
  year = {2008},
  pages = {1-11},
}


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