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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The development of standard processors changed in the last years moving from bigger, more complex, and faster cores to putting several more simple cores onto one chip. This changed also the way programs are written in order to leverage the processing power of multiple cores of the same processor. In the beginning, programmers had to divide and distribute the work by hand to the available cores and to manage threads in order to use more than one core. Today, several frameworks exist to relievedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-19137-4_6 fatcat:guuyi6d3ercqvbgyfs3v5p5lya