Designing and Building Parallel Programs, by Ian Foster
Designing and Building Parallel Programs (Online) is an innovative traditional print and online resource publishing project. It incorporates the content of a textbook published by Addison-Wesley into an evolving online resource. Here is a description of the book, and here is the table of contents. See also the list of mirror sites around the world.
Designing and Building Parallel Programs (Online) integrates four resources concerned with parallel programming and parallel computing:
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