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Title: BaLinda suite of languages and implementations
Authors: Yuen, C.K. 
Feng, M.D. 
Yee, J.J. 
Issue Date: Mar-1996
Citation: Yuen, C.K., Feng, M.D., Yee, J.J. (1996-03). BaLinda suite of languages and implementations. Journal of Systems and Software 32 (3) : 251-267. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The BaLinda suite of parallel languages, currently consisting of BaLinda Lisp, BaLinda Pascal, and BaLinda Fortran, aim at providing a pragmatic parallel programming model. They incorporate the Linda tuplespace and support both mandatory and speculative parallelism. They have been implemented on a network of transputers and SUN workstations. A number of examples of parallel programming applications in BaLinda languages are presented to show that the languages are worthwhile additions to the family of parallel languages. A distributed Linda tuplespace implementation and dynamic load balancing strategies for BaLinda languages are also presented, and their performances are evaluated, demonstrating an efficient, reliable, and portable way to realize BaLinda suite of languages on distributed parallel machines.
Source Title: Journal of Systems and Software
ISSN: 01641212
DOI: 10.1016/0164-1212(95)00128-X
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