Programming Many-Core Chips
Parallel computing has been confined, for much of its over 40 year history, to highly
specialized, technology-wise advanced domains such as scientific computing or
telecommunications. There were only a few experts who had the background and
experience to write efficient, robust and scalable programs for these parallel machines.
TSP: Leading a Development Team (The SEI Series in Software Engineering)
Leaders of software-development projects face many challenges. First, you must produce a quality product on schedule and on budget. Second, you must foster and encourage a cohesive, motivated, and smoothly operating team. And third, you must maintain a clear and consistent focus on short- and long-term goals, while exemplifying quality...
I remember talking in 1995 with Bob Staton, CEO of Colonial Life
& Accident Insurance Company, a division of UNUM, about the
lack of leadership throughout the company. Colonial was one of
the few large, homegrown companies in Columbia, South Carolina,
when it was acquired by UNUM, the Maine-based disability insurance... Computability Theory: An Introduction to Recursion Theory
The study of the class of computable partial functions (i.e., recursive partial functions)
stands at the intersection of three fields: mathematics, theoretical computer science,
Mathematically, computability theory originates from the concept of an algorithm.
It leads to a classification of functions according...
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