Best paper @ IPDPS’10!

We just got word that Aparna’s, Kath Knobe’s (Intel), and my paper will get the Best Paper Award in the software track at the IEEE Int’l. Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS), which will be held here in Atlanta in April. The paper is the first performance evaluation of a relatively new parallel programming model, called Concurrent Collections (CnC), on state-of-the-art multicore systems. It shows of CnC’s extraordinary potential, using examples from dense linear algebra.

Congratulations to the team. We owe many thanks to our friends and colleagues at Intel (Frank Schlimbach, Geoff Lowney, Shin Lee, and CK Luk) and Rice University (Vivek Sarkar and Zoran Budimli?) for their feedback, encouragement, and support during the course of this work.

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