Workshop on Compilation of (Symbolic) Languages for Parallel Computers (evan tick)
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From: (evan tick)
Keywords: conference, parallel
Organization: Department of Computer Science, University of Oregon
Date: Wed, 16 Oct 1991 21:36:38 GMT

Workshop on Compilation of (Symbolic) Languages for Parallel Computers
San Diego, October 31st -- November 1st, 1991.

Ian Foster and Evan Tick (Organizers)
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Thursday, Oct 31st

1:20 Welcome and Introductions

1:30 Interfacing Performance Measurement Capabilities into
          a Parallel Language Compiler
          Carl Kesselman

2:00 Message-Oriented Parallel Implementation of Flat GHC
          Kazunori Ueda

2:30 An Overview of the Fortran D Programming System
          Charles Koelbel

3:00 Break

3:30 OSCAR Fortran Compiler
          Hironori Kasahara

4:00 Coordination Language Design and Implementation Issues
          Steve Lucco

4:30 Break

5:00 Designing Imperative Programming Languages for
          Analyzability: Parallelism and Pointer Structures
          Laurie Hendren

5:30 Compile-Time Parallelization of Prolog
          Hakan Millroth

Friday, November 1st

  8:30 A New Method for Compile-Time Granularity Analysis
            Evan Tick

  9:00 GST: Grain-Size Transformations for Efficient
            Execution of Symbolic Programs
            Andrew Chien

  9:30 Break

10:00 Using Domain-Specific, Abstract Parallelism
            Ira Baxter

10:30 Applying Abstract Interpretation to Identify
            Vectorizable Numerical Code in Logic Programs
            Arvind Bansal

11:00 Break

11:30 Data Locality
            Monica Lam

12:00 Compiling FP for Data-Parallel Systems
            Clifford Walinsky

12:30 Lunch

  1:30 Improving Compilation of Implicit Parallel Programs by
            using Runtime Information
            John Sargeant

  2:00 Generalized Iteration Space and the Parallelization of
            Symbolic Programs
            Luddy Harrison

  2:30 Break

  3:00 Dataflow Analysis of Concurrent Logic Languages
            Will Winsborough

  3:30 Compiler Support for the Refinement and Composition of
            Process Structures
            Ian Foster

  4:00 General Discussion

  4:00 Finish

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