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My name is Yariv Aridor and I'm a Phd student in TEL-AVIV university (Israel).
My main subject : PARALLEL COMPILATION of PARALLEL FUNCTIONAL LANGUAGES.
We defined a Lisp-type parallel language (side-effect free) called SYMPAL
(SYMbolic PArallel Language) and wrote an interpreter, run-time system and
an optimizing compiler. (developed all on a uniprocessor)
These days we are working on moving all the system to a parallel
memory-shared machine (some National processors that were connected together)
I'm looking of papers concerning support of MEMORY MANAGMENT an/or
LOAD-BALANCING. Most of the papers I know of, deal with these issues only
during run-time. I would like to read about ways a compilation can help the
run-time by (for example) using useful information generated from analysis of
Works done on memory managment for sequential languages might also be usefull.
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Paper mail address (I prefer my private address) :
Yariv Aridor, 3 Pasternak st., Ramat-Aviv, Tel-Aviv 69205, Israel.
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