Paralation

Paralation

PARALlel reLATION. Sabot, MIT 1987. A framework for parallel programming. A "field" is an array of objects, placed at different sites. A paralation is a group of fields, defining nearness between field elements. Operations can be performed in parallel on every site of a paralation.

["The Paralation Model: Architecture Independent Programming", G.W. Sabot <gary@think.com>, MIT Press 1988].
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The Paralation Model: Architecture-Independent Parallel Programming.
The paralation model is an architecture-independent model for parallel programming that can be combined with any base language to produce a concrete parallel programming language.