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Issue No. 02 - March/April (2010 vol. 30)
ISSN: 0272-1732
pp: 41-55
Bryan Catanzaro , University of California, Berkeley
Armando Fox , University of California, Berkeley
Kurt Keutzer , University of California, Berkeley
David Patterson , University of California, Berkeley
Bor-Yiing Su , University of California, Berkeley
Marc Snir , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Kunle Olukotun , Stanford University
Pat Hanrahan , Stanford University
Hassan Chafi , Stanford University
<p>The ParLab at Berkeley, UPCRC-Illinois, and the Pervasive Parallel Laboratory at Stanford are studying how to make parallel programming succeed given industry's recent shift to multicore computing. All three centers assume that future microprocessors will have hundreds of cores and are working on applications, programming environments, and architectures that will meet this challenge. This article briefly surveys the similarities and difference in their research.</p>
multicore, parallel computing, shared-memory, parallel programming environments, parallel applications, parallel architectures, hardware

K. Keutzer et al., "Ubiquitous Parallel Computing from Berkeley, Illinois, and Stanford," in IEEE Micro, vol. 30, no. , pp. 41-55, 2010.
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