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Proto-runtime Toolkit Good starting point for those wishing to implement a language runtime.

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The Proto-Runtime Toolkit Good starting point for those wishing to implement a language runtime.

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Proto-runtime Toolkit Good starting point for those wishing to implement a language runtime.

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Support for the Collective Effort Towards Portable Performance

This is the first paper published that mentions VMS, in HotPar 2011. It is a position paper arguing for a segment-wide infrastructure to support portability. VMS is mentioned as a candidate to base this on.
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Support for the Collective Effort Towards Portable Performance

This is the first paper published that mentions VMS, in HotPar 2011. It is a position paper arguing for a segment-wide infrastructure to support portability. VMS is mentioned as a candidate to base this on.
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Supporting the Performant-Portability Software Stack with the Virtualized Master-Slave Abstraction VMS proto-runtime as support for a portability software stack. Includes performance comparisons between the best Linux thread implementation and the VMS based implementation, which is from 5x to 1000x lower overhead than Linux threads.

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Supporting the Performant-Portability Software Stack with the Virtualized Master-Slave Abstraction VMS proto-runtime as support for a portability software stack. Includes performance comparisons between the best Linux thread implementation and the VMS based implementation, which is from 5x to 400x lower overhead than Linux threads.

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Proto-runtime Toolkit Journal Paper Good starting point for those wishing to implement a language runtime

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Proto-runtime Toolkit Journal Paper Good starting point for those wishing to implement a language runtime

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Papers related to VMS

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Papers related to the Proto-Runtime System

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Supporting the Performant-Portability Software Stack with the Virtualized Master-Slave Abstraction VMS proto-runtime as support for a portability software stack. Includes performance comparisons between the best Linux thread implementation and the VMS based implementation, which is from 5x to 1000x than Linux threads.

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Supporting the Performant-Portability Software Stack with the Virtualized Master-Slave Abstraction VMS proto-runtime as support for a portability software stack. Includes performance comparisons between the best Linux thread implementation and the VMS based implementation, which is from 5x to 1000x lower overhead than Linux threads.

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[[http://opensourceresearchinstitute.org/uploads/VMS/12_Ja_20__HotPar_Abstr_for_PStack.pdf | Supporting the Performant-Portability Software Stack with the Virtualized Master-Slave Abstraction]] VMS proto-runtime as support for a portability software stack. Includes performance comparisons between the best Linux thread implementation and the VMS based implementation, which is from 5x to 1000x than Linux threads.

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Supporting the Performant-Portability Software Stack with the Virtualized Master-Slave Abstraction VMS proto-runtime as support for a portability software stack. Includes performance comparisons between the best Linux thread implementation and the VMS based implementation, which is from 5x to 1000x than Linux threads.

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Master-Slave Abstraction] VMS proto-runtime as support for a portability software stack. Includes performance comparisons between the best Linux thread implementation and the VMS based implementation, which is from 5x to 1000x than Linux threads.

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Master-Slave Abstraction]] VMS proto-runtime as support for a portability software stack. Includes performance comparisons between the best Linux thread implementation and the VMS based implementation, which is from 5x to 1000x than Linux threads.

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[[http://opensourceresearchinstitute.org/uploads/VMS/12_Ja_20__HotPar_Abstr_for_PStack.pdf | Supporting the Performant-Portability Software Stack with the Virtualized Master-Slave Abstraction] VMS proto-runtime as support for a portability software stack. Includes performance comparisons between the best Linux thread implementation and the VMS based implementation, which is from 5x to 1000x than Linux threads.

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[[http://opensourceresearchinstitute.org/uploads/VMS/12_Ja_20__HotPar_Abstr_for_PStack.pdf | VMS proto-runtime as support for a portability software stack. Includes performance comparisons between the best Linux thread implementation and the VMS based implementation, which is from 5x to 1000x than Linux threads.

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Dissertation: A Study of Frameworks for Collectively Meeting the Productivity, Portability, and Adoptability Goals for Parallel Software

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Dissertation: A Study of Frameworks for Collectively Meeting the Productivity, Portability, and Adoptability Goals for Parallel Software

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Support for the Collective Effort Towards Portable Performance

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A Mutable Hardware Abstraction to Replace Threads

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Dissertation:

This PhD Dissertation was published in 2011. It explains the problem being solved by parallelism research, and introduces new computation models as a basis for understanding parallel computation. The next-to-last 2 chapters cover VMS. Chapters 6, 7, and 8 are useful background for understanding VMS, and 2, 3, and 4 are useful for understanding the use of VMS as a base for portability infrastructure..
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Dissertation: A Study of Frameworks for Collectively Meeting the Productivity, Portability, and Adoptability Goals for Parallel Software

This PhD Dissertation was published in 2011. It explains the problem being solved by parallelism research, and introduces new computation models as a basis for understanding parallel computation. The next-to-last 2 chapters cover VMS. Chapters 6, 7, and 8 are useful background for understanding VMS, and 2, 3, and 4 are useful for understanding the use of VMS as a base for portability infrastructure..
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June 23, 2012, at 02:44 AM by 24.130.186.152 -
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Papers related to VMS

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The first paper to give a detailed specification of VMS, in LCPC 2011. It gives technical depth and early measurements of time to create a plugin, VMS overhead, and performance comparisons.

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This PhD Dissertation was published in 2011. It explains the problem being solved by parallelism research, and introduces new computation models as a basis for understanding parallel computation. The next-to-last 2 chapters cover VMS. Chapters 6, 7, and 8 are useful background for understanding VMS, and 2, 3, and 4 are useful for understanding the use of VMS as a base for portability infrastructure..