Parallel Computation

Parallel Computing work focuses on the use of distributed tuple spaces and the coordination model of concurrency, based on a small set of simple primitive operations acting on an architecturally independent, concurrently accessible memory.

Contact Alan Wood for more information.

Theses

Yining Zhao. Behavioural access control in distributed environments (.pdf) PhD thesis, The University of York, 2013.

Andrew Wilkinson. Type Representations and Coordination (.pdf). PhD thesis, The University of York, 2007.

Nur Izura Udzir. Capability-Based Coordination For Open Distributed Systems (.pdf). PhD thesis, The University of York, 2006.

Iain Merrick. Scope-Based Coordination for Open Systems (.pdf). PhD thesis, The University of York, 2003.

Ronaldo Menezes. Resource Management In Open Tuple Space Systems (.pdf). PhD thesis, The University of York, 1999.

Antony I. T. Rowstron. Bulk Primitives in LINDA Run-Time Systems (.ps.Z). PhD thesis, The University of York, 1996.

Further Information

Further information about our work in this area can be found on the old York Coordination (Linda) Group webpages. While now out-of-date, some of the information on them might still be helpful.


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