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Due to the large amount of potential parallelism, resource management is a critical issue in multithreaded execution. The challenge in code generation is to control the parallelism without reducing the machine's ability to exploit it. Controlled parallelism reduces idle time, communication, and delay caused by synchronization. At the same time it increases the potential for exploitation of program data structure locality. In this paper, we evaluate the performance of methods to control programdoi:10.1006/jpdc.2001.1708 fatcat:3njueowswbacxfdcl73357fwai