The Polyhedral Model Video Lecture
MULTI-CORE VIDEO SERIES

The Polyhedral Model by Paul Feautrier. Professor Feautrier’s research interests include computer architecture, operating systems, parallel programming, automatic parallelization, and program optimization, and he has been one of the prime movers behind the polyhedral model, an abstract representation of regular programs.

Format: Asynchronous
Nominal duration: Self-paced Learning – Approximate Time: 1 hour
Professional Development Hours (PDH) : 1
Continuing Education Credits (CEU) : 0.1

This video course is part of Multi-Core Lecture Series consists of 11 one-hour lectures by some of the world’s leading researchers in the field. This series is not a course and it consists of the presentation for those who are in the research field. This is more intended for research information sharing than educational training. Topics that are covered during these lectures are listed below. This series also includes an hour discussion of the lecturers.

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