Euro-Par'96 Parallel Processing: Second International by F. Desprez, S. Domas, B. Tourancheau (auth.), Luc Bougé,

By F. Desprez, S. Domas, B. Tourancheau (auth.), Luc Bougé, Pierre Fraigniaud, Anne Mignotte, Yves Robert (eds.)

This two-volume set provides the lawsuits of the second one foreign eu convention on Parallel Processing, EuroPar '96, held in Lyon, France, in August 1996.
EuroPar '96 used to be equipped in 14 workshops masking the complete spectrum of parallel processing. the great lawsuits represent a special checklist of the cutting-edge in parallel processing learn and improvement: the 224 papers incorporated including 4 invited papers have been chosen from a complete of 383 submissions by means of authors from forty international locations; 554 referees have been concerned with the choice method and the index lists 521 contributing authors.

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