PRISMA, a platform for experiments with parallelism

Peter M.G. Apers, Pierre America (Editor), L.O. Hertzberger, B.J.A. Hulshof, A.C.M. Oerlemans, M.L. Kersten

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Abstract

Using a large multiprocessor, consisting of 100 processing nodes, in the area of data and knowledge processing poses challenging research and engineering questions. The PRISMA project presented here has addressed many of the problems encountered by the design and the construction of such a system. Among the results obtained are an implementation of a parallel object-oriented language, a hardware platform with efficient communication, and a distributed main-memory relational database system. Their combination forms a platform for further experimental research in several areas of distributed processing. The PRISMA project is supported by the Dutch rdquoStimuleringsprojectteam Informaticaonderzoekrdquo (SPIN)
Original languageUndefined
Pages169-180
Number of pages12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 1990

Keywords

  • EWI-1230
  • DB-PDB: PARALLEL DATABASES
  • IR-56291

Cite this

Apers, P. M. G., America, P. (Ed.), Hertzberger, L. O., Hulshof, B. J. A., Oerlemans, A. C. M., & Kersten, M. L. (1990). PRISMA, a platform for experiments with parallelism. 169-180. https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-54132-2_56
Apers, Peter M.G. ; America, Pierre (Editor) ; Hertzberger, L.O. ; Hulshof, B.J.A. ; Oerlemans, A.C.M. ; Kersten, M.L. / PRISMA, a platform for experiments with parallelism. 12 p.
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Apers, PMG, America, P (ed.), Hertzberger, LO, Hulshof, BJA, Oerlemans, ACM & Kersten, ML 1990, 'PRISMA, a platform for experiments with parallelism' pp. 169-180. https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-54132-2_56

PRISMA, a platform for experiments with parallelism. / Apers, Peter M.G.; America, Pierre (Editor); Hertzberger, L.O.; Hulshof, B.J.A.; Oerlemans, A.C.M.; Kersten, M.L.

1990. 169-180.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaperAcademicpeer-review

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Apers PMG, America P, (ed.), Hertzberger LO, Hulshof BJA, Oerlemans ACM, Kersten ML. PRISMA, a platform for experiments with parallelism. 1990. https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-54132-2_56