PMT: A Generic Object-Oriented Parallel MultiThread Programming Interface

Xiaoqi Yang, Qilong Zheng, Guoliang Chen
2007 Proceedings of the 2nd International ICST Conference on Scalable Information Systems  
With the increasing popularity of shared-memory programming model, especially at the advent of Multi-Core processors, more and more programmers hope to write parallel multithread programs conveniently and effectively with the help of parallel multithread programming interface. Unfortunately, these interfaces are not well accepted by sequential programmers, because of incomplete elimination of lower-level details, inflexibility selection of library functions, depending on specific compilers.
more » ... paper presents a unique generic object-oriented parallel multithread programming interface, which is designed and implemented to solve the drawbacks of current parallel multithread programming interfaces. Evaluation results show that programmers can benefit a lot from the interface.
doi:10.4108/infoscale.2007.200 dblp:conf/infoscale/YangZC07 fatcat:r7oiqttrfzdx7kfnaintmxtblq