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Journal Special Issue on Software Development for Multi-Core ComputingSystems

Discussion in 'Intel' started by Sabri Pllana, May 29, 2008.

  1. Sabri Pllana

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    CALL FOR PAPERS

    Scientific Programming Journal
    <http://www.iospress.nl/loadtop/load.php?isbn=10589244>
    Published by IOS Press

    Special Issue on
    Software Development for Multi-Core Computing Systems

    AIMS AND SCOPE:
    The improvement of single-processor performance by increasing clock
    rate and instructions-per-clock number has reached its technological
    limits. Increasing instead the number of processor cores per chip is
    one alternative that can yield better overall system performance and
    alleviate problems related to energy consumption, heat dissipation and
    design complexity. As a result we are now witnessing the emergence of
    multi-core processors in all markets from laptops and game consoles to
    servers and supercomputers. However, also from the software
    development perspective exploiting the full potential of multi-core
    computing systems is a highly complex and essentially open domain, at
    the moment forcing application developers to deal with numerous
    low-level details. Major research efforts are required to streamline
    the process of software development for multi-core computing systems.

    The topics of the special issue include but are not limited to,
    - programming models and languages
    - hardware/software interface and interaction
    - programming constructs for exposing
    and/or hiding memory system and processor heterogeneity
    - compilers, runtime and operating systems
    - algorithms and libraries
    - parallelization and optimization strategies
    - performance measurement, modeling, and prediction
    - problem solving environments
    - applications
    - software engineering practices

    for multi-core/many-core computing systems.

    SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:
    Authors should prepare their manuscripts following the format of the
    Scientific Programming Journal
    (http://www.iospress.nl/html/10589244_ita.html#preparationinfo).
    Manuscripts should not exceed 35 pages (single column, double space).
    All submissions should be sent to <> in PDF
    or PS format. Submitted papers will be peer reviewed and carefully
    evaluated based on originality, technical soundness, and presentation
    quality.

    IMPORTANT DATES:
    - Submission: November 03, 2008
    - Notification: January 12, 2009
    - Final version of the paper: February 09, 2009

    GUEST EDITORS:
    Sabri Pllana, <>, University of Vienna
    Jesper Larsson Träff, <>, NEC Laboratories Europe, NEC
    Europe Ltd.
     
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