AP'95 Workshop Proceedings

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Fri, 14 Jul 1995 21:39:21 GMT

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From: kremer@noel.cs.rice.edu (Uli Kremer)
Keywords: conference, report, available, WWW
Organization: Rice University
Date: Fri, 14 Jul 1995 21:39:21 GMT

                              >>>>> AVAILABILITY OF WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS <<<<<

                                                          Proceedings of the
                                          WORKSHOP ON AUTOMATIC DATA LAYOUT AND
                                                      PERFORMANCE PREDICTION
                                                              Rice University
                                                            April 19-21, 1995

      The Workshop on Automatic Data Layout and Performance Prediction (AP'95)
brought together some of today's leading researchers in the field of automatic
data layout and performance estimation. Thirty-one researchers from eight
countries participated in the workshop. Participants presented their work
through talks and demonstrations. We solicited papers and technical reports
from each participant. The submitted papers and reports cover the most recent
work of each researcher or research group.

      The proceedings of this workshop and the submitted slides of the
presentations are available through the World Wide Web at the following URL:


      This workshop was a follow-up to the International Workshop on Automatic
Parallelization (AP'93), which was held in Saarbruecken, Germany, in March
1993. Approximately twenty researchers from the United States, Great Britain,
Austria, and Germany took part in AP'93.

If you have any questions regarding this workshop, please feel free to
contact me (kremer@cs.rice.edu).

Best regards,

    Uli Kremer
    Rice University
    Center for Research on Parallel Computation (CRPC)

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