Parallel Computing is an international journal presenting the theory and use of parallel computer systems, including vector, pipeline, array and fifth and future generation computers and neural computers. Within this context the journal covers all aspects of high-speed computing.Parallel Computing features original research work, tutorial and review articles as well as accounts of practical experience with (and techniques for) the use of parallel computers. Contributions can cover: Algorithm design for all types of parallel computers All aspects of the application of parallel computers, including those to AI, CAD/CAM, databases, information retrieval, etc. in industrial, business and office environments The impact of high-speed computation on current research, as well as the advancement of knowledge Software engineering aspects relating to parallel computing Software for parallel computer systems including programming languages, operating systems, utilities, libraries, etc. Networking technology for support of high-speed computing via centralised file servers, output servers, interactive access Taxonomy, models and architectural trends of parallel processing General hardware (architecture) concepts, new technologies enabling the realisation of such new concepts as well as details of commercially available systems Performance measurement results on state-of-the-art systems Peripheral devices for parallel (super-) computers.Parallel Computing includes special issues on Applications.
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