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Computational bounds for fundamental problems on general-purpose parallel models

1998
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Proceedings of the tenth annual ACM symposium on Parallel algorithms and architectures - SPAA '98
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We present lower bounds for time needed to solve basic problems on three general-purpose models of parallel computation: the shared-memory models qsm and s-qsm, and the distributed-memory model, the bsp. For each of these models, we also obtain lower bounds for the number of rounds needed to solve these problems using a randomized algorithm on a p-processor machine. Our results on'rounds' is of special interest in the context of designing work-e cient algorithms on a machine where latency and

doi:10.1145/277651.277681
dblp:conf/spaa/MackenzieR98
fatcat:zf2bjy3dajexnbymse7234i6c4