Encyclopedia of Parallel Computing (Springer Reference)
Parallelism, the capability of a computer to execute operations concurrently, has been a constant throughout the
history of computing. It impacts hardware, software, theory, and applications. The fastest machines of the past few
decades, the supercomputers, owe their performance advantage to parallelism. Today, physical limitations... Field-Based Coordination for Pervasive Multiagent Systems More and more, software systems involve autonomous and distributed software components that have to execute and interact in open and dynamic environments, such as in pervasive, autonomous, and mobile applications. The requirements with respect to dynamics, openness, scalability, and decentralization call for new approaches to software design and...
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