November 7, 2007 lecture by Renee James and Wei Li for the Stanford University Computer Systems Colloquium (EE 380). Renee and her co-presenter touch upon Intel's processor direction for multi-core and then dive into its impact to software; parallel programming in the mainstream has different characteristics than in the previous era when it was restricted to high performance computing - the two cover this new paradigm, its challenges and some of the solutions being developed by the software industry.
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