S-Net on the Intel SCC

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has title::S-Net on the Intel Single-chip Cloud Computer
status: finished
Master: project within::High Performance Distributed Computing
Student name: student name::Merijn Verstraaten
Start start date:=2010/11/01
End end date:=2012/02/01
Supervisor: Thilo Kielmann
Second reader: has second reader::Clemens Grelck
Company: has company::UvA
Thesis: has thesis::Media:Thesis.pdf
Poster: has poster::Media:Media:Posternaam.pdf

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This project consists of mapping the S-Net language to Intel’s Single-chip Cloud Computer. S-Net is an asynchronous stream processing coordination language intended to simplify the development of parallel programs. The Single-chip Cloud Computer is a microprocessor developed by Intel for research into the programming of future massively parallel computer systems. The research goals of both complement each other, making the mapping of S-Net to the SCC a natural extension of the research in both areas.