Hearts: A Dialect of the Poker Programming Environment Specialized to Systolic Computation.
WASHINGTON UNIV SEATTLE
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The design of a parallel programming environment specialized to systolic computation is proposed. The system, called Hearts, is a dialect of the Poker parallel programming environment. The key feature of Hearts that enables it to be a convenient and efficacious facility for writing systolic programs is a novel concept of program that is graphical rather than textual. The use of this program form is illustrated in a full example of the Kung-Leiserson matrix product algorithm.
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