Parallel And Concurrent Programming In Haskell

Author: Simon Marlow
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 1449335926
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Divided into separate sections on Parallel and Concurrent Haskell, this book also includes exercises to help you become familiar with the concepts presented: Express parallelism in Haskell with the Eval monad and Evaluation Strategies ...

Practical Concurrent Haskell

Author: Stefania Loredana Nita
Publisher: Apress
ISBN: 1484227816
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Learn to use the APIs and frameworks for parallel and concurrent applications in Haskell. This book will show you how to exploit multicore processors with the help of parallelism in order to increase the performance of your applications.

Advanced Functional Programming

Author: Pieter Koopman
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642046517
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This tutorial book presents seven carefully revised lectures given at the 6th International School on Functional Programming, AFP 2008, in Heijen, The Netherlands in May 2008.

Haskell High Performance Programming

Author: Samuli Thomasson
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1786466910
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Boost the performance of your Haskell applications using optimization, concurrency, and parallel programming About This Book Explore the benefits of lazy evaluation, compiler features, and tools and libraries designed for high performance ...

High Performance Computing For Computational Science Vecpar 2002

Author: José M.L.M. Palma
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540008527
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Haskell# is a concurrent programming environment aimed at parallel distributed
architectures. Haskell# programs may be automatically translated to Petri nets,
an important formalism for analysis of properties of concurrent and non-
determinisc systems. This paper motivates and formalizes the translation of
Haskell# programs into Petri nets, providing some examples of their usage. 1
Introduction Haskell#[14, 16] is a concurrent extension to Haskell[21], a pure non-
strict functional ...

Fpga

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However, programs written explicitly in terms of threads and locks are likely to be
at the wrong level of abstraction for effective compilation into a variety of parallel
computing elements especially FPGA-like fabrics. Threads and locks are systems
programming abstractions that have proved effective for their original use but it is
not clear that they are the appropriate abstractions for writing concurrent or
parallel applications (hardware, software or a mixture) [16][15]. This
programmer's ...

Second International Workshop On High Level Parallel Programming Models And Supportive Environments

Author: Hermann Hellwagner
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
ISBN: 9780818678820
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[6] A. Giacalone, P. Mishra, and S. Prasad. Facile: A Symmetric Integration of
Concurrent and Functional Programming. Journal of Parallel Prog., 18(2), 1989. [
7] P. Hudak and P. Wadler (ed.). Report on the programming language Haskell: a
non-strict, purely functional language. SIGPLAN Notices, 27(5), 1992. [8] G. Kahn
and D. MacQueen. Coroutines and networks of parallel processes. In IFIP 77.
North Holland, 1977. [9] S. Peyton Jones, A. Gordon, and S. Finne. Concurrent
Haskell.

Foundations Of Multithreaded Parallel And Distributed Programming

Author: Gregory R. Andrews
Publisher: Addison Wesley
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Section 12.3 mentioned three additional functional programming languages: Lisp
, Haskell, and ML. Hudak [1989] survey these and other functional languages
and describe parallel functional programming. Haskell includes features to
control parallelism; Multilisp and Concurrent ML are concurrent programming
variants of Lisp and ML, respectively. Information on these languages can be
found by using a Web search engine such as www.yahoo.com. The PRAM model
was created by ...

Trends In Functional Programming

Author: Hans Wolfgang Loidl
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3642404472
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Larson, J.: Erlang for Concurrent Programming. In: ACM Queue, vol. 6, pp. 18–23
. ACM (September 2008) Liskov, B., Shrira, L.: Promises: Linguistic Support for
Efficient Asynchronous Procedure Calls in Distributed Systems. In: PLDI, pp. 260
–267. ACM (1988) Maier, P., Stewart, R., Trinder, P.: Reliable Scalable Symbolic
Computation: The Design of SymGridPar2. In: SAC 2013. ACM (to appear, 2013)
Maier, P., Trinder, P.: Implementing a high-level distributed-memory parallel
Haskell ...

High Performance Computing In Europe

Author: Miroslaw Malek
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 9781568063058
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Communications of the ACM 21, 934-940 (1978). Ada. Reference Manual ...
Reading, MA, 1986). P. America, "POOL-T: A Parallel Object-oriented Language,"
in Object Oriented Concurrent Programming, ... P. Hudak and P. Wadler, eds., "
Report on the Functional Programming Language Haskell", Technical Report
YALE U./DCS/RR656, Dept. of Computer Science, Yale University (1988). Arvind,
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