References in zbMATH (referenced in 13 articles )

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  1. Malik, Avinash; Walker, Cameron; O’Sullivan, Michael; Sinnen, Oliver: Satisfiability modulo theory (SMT) formulation for optimal scheduling of task graphs with communication delay (2018)
  2. Boyer, Brice; Eder, Christian; Faugère, Jean-Charles; Lachartre, Sylvian; Martani, Fayssal: GBLA: Gröbner basis linear algebra package (2016)
  3. Tchiboukdjian, Marc; Gast, Nicolas; Trystram, Denis: Decentralized list scheduling (2013)
  4. Hartley, Timothy D. R.; Saule, Erik; Çatalyürek, Ümit V.: Improving performance of adaptive component-based dataflow middleware (2012) ioport
  5. Mello Schnorr, Lucas; Huard, Guillaume; Navaux, Philippe Olivier Alexandre: A hierarchical aggregation model to achieve visualization scalability in the analysis of parallel applications (2012) ioport
  6. Dumas, Jean-Guillaume; Gautier, Thierry; Pernet, Clément; Saunders, B. David: LinBox founding scope allocation, parallel building blocks, and separate compilation (2010)
  7. Dumas, Jean-Guillaume; Gautier, Thierry; Roch, Jean-Louis: Generic design of chinese remaindering schemes (2010) ioport
  8. Hermann, Everton; Raffin, Bruno; Faure, François; Gautier, Thierry; Allard, Jérémie: Multi-GPU and multi-CPU parallelization for interactive physics simulations (2010) ioport
  9. Quintin, Jean-Noël; Wagner, Frédéric: Hierarchical work-stealing (2010) ioport
  10. Tchiboukdjian, Marc; Gast, Nicolas; Trystram, Denis; Roch, Jean-Louis; Bernard, Julien: A tighter analysis of work stealing (2010)
  11. Besseron, Xavier; Gautier, Thierry: Optimised recovery with a coordinated checkpoint/rollback protocol for domain decomposition applications (2008)
  12. Traoré, Daouda; Roch, Jean-Louis; Maillard, Nicolas; Gautier, Thierry; Bernard, Julien: Deque-free work-optimal parallel STL algorithms (2008) ioport
  13. Moreno Maza, Marc (ed.); Watt, Stephen M. (ed.): PASCO’07. Proceedings of the 2007 international workshop on parallel symbolic computation, London, ON, Canada, July 27--28, 2007. (2007)