Languages and Compilers for Parallel Computing: 5th International Workshop, New Haven, Connecticut, August 1992

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Table of Contents

Compilation of a Highly Parallel Actor-Based Language 1
A Concurrent Execution Semantics for Parallel Program Graphs and Program Dependence Graphs 16
Using Profile Information to Assist Advanced Compiler Optimization and Scheduling
A Hierarchical Parallelizing Compiler for VLIW/MIMD Machines 49
Dynamic Dependence Analysis: A Novel Method for Data Dependence Evaluation 64
On the Feasibility of Dynamic Partitioning of Pointer Structures 82
Compiler Analysis for Irregular Problems in Fortran D 97
Data Ensembles in Orca C 112
Compositional C++: Compositional Parallel Programming 124
Data Parallelism and Linda 145
Techniques for Efficient Execution of Fine-Grained Concurrent Programs 160
Computing Per-Process Summary Side-Effect Information 175
Supporting SPMD Execution for Dynamic Data Structures 192
Determining Transformation Sequences for Loop Parallelization 208
Compiler Optimizations for Massively Parallel Machines: Transformations on Iterative Spatial Loops 223
Handling Distributed Data in Vienna Fortran Procedures 248
On the Synthesis of Parallel Programs from Tensor Product Formulas for Block Recursive Algorithms 264
Collective Loop Fusion for Array Contraction 281
Parallel Hybrid Data Flow Algorithms: A Case Study 296
A Control-Parallel Programming Model Implemented on SIMD Hardware 311
C**: A Large-Grain, Object-Oriented, Data-Parallel Programming Language 326
A Calculus of Gamma Programs 342
A Linda-Based Runtime System for a Distributed Logic Language 356
Parallelizing a C Dialect for Distributed Memory MIMD Machines 369
A Singular Loop Transformation Framework Based on Non-Singular Matrices 391
Designing the McCAT Compiler Based on a Family of Structured Intermediate Representations 406
Doany: Not Just Another Parallel Loop 421
Data Dependence and Data-Flow Analysis of Arrays 434
Experience with Techniques for Refining Data Race Detection 449
Extending the Banerjee-Wolfe Test to Handle Execution Conditions 464
A FORTRAN Compiling Method for Dataflow Machines and Its Prototype Compiler for the Parallel Processing System - Harray 482
Distributed Slicing and Partial Re-execution for Distributed Programs 497
A Program's Eye View of Miprac 512
Symbolic Program Analysis and Optimization for Parallelizing Compilers 538
Utilizing New Communication Features in Compilation for Private-Memory Machines 563
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