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Title: RoCL: a resource oriented communication library
Authors: Alves, Albano
Pina, António
Rufino, José
Exposto, José
Keywords: Cluster computing
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Alves, Albano; Pina, António; Rufino, José; Exposto, José (2003) - RoCL: a resource oriented communication library. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. ISSN 1611-3349. 2970 p.969-979
Abstract: RoCL is a communication library that aims to exploit the low-level communication facilities of today’s cluster networking hardware and to merge, via the resource oriented paradigm, those facilities and the high-level degree of parallelism achieved on SMP systems through multi-threading. The communication model defines three major entities – contexts, resources and buffers – which permit the design of high-level solutions. A low-level distributed directory is used to support resource registering and discovering. The usefulness and applicability of RoCL is briefly addressed through a basic modelling example – the implementation of TPVM over RoCL. Performance results for Myrinet and Gigabit Ethernet, currently supported in RoCL through GM and MVIA, respectively, are also presented.
Peer review: yes
ISSN: 0302-9743
Publisher Version:π=0
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