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Highly parallel computing

by George S. Almasi, Allan Gottlieb.
Published 1989 by Benjamin/Cummings in Redwood City, Calif .
Written in English.
Edition Notes
Bibliography: p. 489-508 plus index.
Series: The Benjamin/Cummings series in computer science and engineering
Classifications
Dewey Decimal Class 004/.35
Library of Congress QA76.5 .A385 1989
Number of pages 519
ID Numbers Open Library OL2048898M
ISBN 10 0805301771
LC Control Number 88026218

Our copy is in excellent condition and was kindly donated by Simon Redding who used the book during his university course.

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