Provides an overview of the different models around which you can design a parallel or distributed application in Silicon Graphics systems.
Gives an overview of the use of Power Fortran and Power C to execute do-loops across multiple CPUs.
Describes the use of IRIX processes to execute in parallel within one address space or in multiple address spaces.
Describes the use of POSIX threads (IEEE 1003.1c) for parallel execution within a single address space.
Describes two different facilities for distributing an application across multiple host computers: PVM and MPI.
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