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Publications of year 1995


Conference articles

  1. Francois Baccelli, Nathalie Furmento, and Bruno Gaujal. Parallel and Distributed Simulation of Free Choice Nets. In PADS'95 ACM/IEEE SCS 9th Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Simulation, Lake Placid, New-York, USA, June 1995. [WWW]
    @INPROCEEDINGS{BFG95a,
    AUTHOR = {Francois Baccelli and Nathalie Furmento and Bruno Gaujal},
    ADDRESS = {{Lake Placid, New-York, USA}},
    BOOKTITLE = {{PADS'95 ACM/IEEE SCS 9th Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Simulation}},
    MONTH = jun,
    TITLE = {{Parallel and Distributed Simulation of Free Choice Nets}},
    YEAR = {1995},
    url = {http://www.labri.fr/perso/furmento/papers/nice/pads95.ps},
    ABSTRACT = {In this paper, we present two new methods to simulate Petri Net : a data parallel simulation and a distributed simulation. Both simulations use an equational representation of the net in the so called (min, +) algebra. The data parallel simulation is based on the use of matrix representation of these equations, and the distributed simulation on the decomposition of a Petri Net into marked graph components.} 
    }
    


  2. Nathalie Furmento, Yves Roudier, and Günther Siegel. Parallélisme et Distribution en C++. In Septièmes Rencontres Francophones du Parallélisme (RenPar'7), Mons, Belgium, pages 196-199, June 1995. [WWW]
    @INPROCEEDINGS{FRS95a,
    AUTHOR = {Nathalie Furmento and Yves Roudier and G\"unther Siegel},
    ADDRESS = {Mons, Belgium},
    BOOKTITLE = {{Septi\`emes Rencontres Francophones du Parall\'elisme (RenPar'7)}},
    MONTH = jun,
    PAGES = {196-199},
    TITLE = {{Parall\'elisme et Distribution en C++}},
    YEAR = {1995},
    URL = {http://www.labri.fr/perso/furmento/papers/nice/renpar7.ps},
    slides = {},
    ABSTRACT = {Nous \'etudions dans cet article plusieurs extensions parall\`eles et distribu\'ees du langage objet C++. Nous d\'egageons des crit\`eres permettant d'analyser leurs sp\'ecificit\'es et l'impact qu'elles ont sur le mod\`ele objet adopt\'e dans C++. Cette \'etude a fait l'objet d'un travail plus d\'etaill\'e, pr\'esent\'e dans [FRS95b].} 
    }
    


  3. Raymond Namyst and Jean-François Méhaut. PM2: Parallel Multithreaded Machine. A computing environment for distributed architectures. In Parallel Computing (ParCo '95), pages 279-285, September 1995. Elsevier Science Publishers.
    @InProceedings{ NamMeh95Parco,
    AUTHOR = {Raymond Namyst and Jean-Fran{ç}ois Méhaut},
    TITLE = {{PM2}: Parallel Multithreaded Machine. A computing environment for distributed architectures},
    BOOKTITLE = {Parallel Computing (ParCo~'95)},
    YEAR = 1995,
    PAGES = {279-285},
    MONTH = SEP,
    PUBLISHER = {Elsevier Science Publishers} 
    }
    


  4. Raymond Namyst and Jean-François Méhaut. PM2: Parallel Multithreaded Machine. A multithreaded environment on top of PVM. In Proc. 2nd Euro PVM Users' Group Meeting, Lyon, pages 179-184, September 1995.
    @InProceedings{ NamMeh95PVM,
    AUTHOR = {Raymond Namyst and Jean-Fran{ç}ois Méhaut},
    TITLE = {{PM2}: Parallel Multithreaded Machine. A multithreaded environment on top of {PVM}},
    BOOKTITLE = {Proc. 2nd Euro PVM Users' Group Meeting},
    YEAR = 1995,
    PAGES = {179-184},
    ADDRESS = {Lyon},
    MONTH = SEP 
    }
    


Internal reports

  1. Martin Do, Jack Dongarra, Emmanuel Jeannot, and Phillip J Mucci. A Test Suite for PVM. Research Report ut-cs-95-277, Department of Computer Science, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1995.
    @TechReport{ ddjm95,
    author = {Do, Martin and Dongarra, Jack and Jeannot, Emmanuel and Mucci, Phillip J},
    title = "{A Test Suite for PVM}",
    institution = {Department of Computer Science, University of Tennessee, Knoxville},
    type = {Research Report},
    year = 1995,
    number = {ut-cs-95-277} 
    }
    


  2. Nathalie Furmento and Francoise Baude. Schooner: An Oriented-Object Runtime Support for Distributed Applications. Technical report 95-50, I3S, Sophia Antipolis, France, July 1995. [WWW]
    @TECHREPORT{BaFu95a,
    AUTHOR = {Nathalie Furmento and Francoise Baude},
    ADDRESS = {Sophia Antipolis, France},
    INSTITUTION = {I3S},
    MONTH = jul,
    NUMBER = {95-50},
    TITLE = {{Schooner: An Oriented-Object Runtime Support for Distributed Applications}},
    YEAR = {1995},
    url = {http://www.labri.fr/perso/furmento/papers/nice/report-i3s-95-50.ps},
    ABSTRACT = {This article presents Schooner (which stands for Sloop Communication Library for High-level, Object-Oriented, aNd Efficient Remote Exchanges) which is a library of classes used for writing parallel and distributed applications in C++. This library consists in an object-oriented run-time support. Its main purposes are: 
    • to be independent of the used communication protocol,
    • to give the user a structured and abstract view of its application (farm of available computers, set of computation nodes),
    • to allow a straightforward redefinition of its behaviours. Advantages using of an object-oriented language are mainly modularity and reusability: for example, it is straightforward to add a new message type or to change the application scalability.
    Keywords: Parallelism, Object paradigm, Run-time environments, Distribution, Portability.} }


  3. Nathalie Furmento, Yves Roudier, and Günther Siegel. Parallélisme et Distribution en C++. Une Revue des Langages Existants.. Technical report RR 95-02, I3S, Sophia Antipolis, France, 1995. [WWW]
    @TECHREPORT{FRS95b,
    AUTHOR = {Nathalie Furmento and Yves Roudier and G\"unther Siegel},
    ADDRESS = {Sophia Antipolis, France},
    INSTITUTION = {I3S},
    NUMBER = {RR 95-02},
    TITLE = {{Parall\'elisme et Distribution en C++. Une Revue des Langages Existants.}},
    YEAR = {1995},
    url = {http://www.labri.fr/perso/furmento/papers/nice/report-i3s-95-02.ps},
    ABSTRACT = {This report presents a survey of existing parallel and distributed extensions of the object oriented language C++.
    First, we discuss the different programming models and analyse how the parallelism is introduced. In the analysis, the declaration of concurrent entity and the new parallel constructions are treated separately and thoroughly. We also study the integration of control mechanisms in object oriented features, and the constraints resulting from distribution.
    The reader will find in appendix a synthetic presentation and a general description of over twenty extensions.
    A short version [FRS95a] of this report has been presented in Septi\`emes Rencontres Francophones du Parall\'elisme (RenPar'7).
    Keywords: C++, Parallelism, Distribution, Concurrency. } }


Manuals, booklets

  1. Raymond Namyst and Jean-François Méhaut. Marcel : Une bibliothèque de processus légers. LIFL, Univ. Sciences et Techn. Lille, 1995.
    @Manual{ NamMeh95Marcel,
    AUTHOR = {Raymond Namyst and Jean-Fran{ç}ois M{é}haut},
    TITLE = {Marcel~: Une biblioth{è}que de processus l{é}gers},
    ORGANIZATION = {LIFL},
    ADDRESS = {Univ. Sciences et Techn. Lille},
    YEAR = 1995 
    }
    


  2. Raymond Namyst and Jean-François Méhaut. PM2 (Parallel Multithreaded Machine) : Guide d'utilisation. LIFL, Univ. Sciences et Techn. Lille, 1995.
    @Manual{ NamMeh95PM2,
    AUTHOR = {Raymond Namyst and Jean-Fran{ç}ois M{é}haut},
    TITLE = {PM2 (Parallel Multithreaded Machine)~: Guide d'utilisation},
    ORGANIZATION = {LIFL},
    ADDRESS = {Univ. Sciences et Techn. Lille},
    YEAR = 1995 
    }
    



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