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著者名 (author) Tadashi Ae,Satoshi Fujita,Tsuyoshi Ando,Keiichi Sakai,Yutaka Fujihara
英文著者名 (author)
編者名 (editor)
編者名 (英文)
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表題 (title) Optical Interconnection and Massively Parallel Processing
表題 (英文)
書籍・会議録表題 (booktitle) Proc. the First International Workshop on Massively Parallel Processing Using Optical Interconnections
書籍・会議録表題(英文)
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号数 (number)
ページ範囲 (pages) 118-132
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出版年 (year) 1994
付加情報 (note) Cancun, Mexico
注釈 (annote) DOI: 10.1109/MPPOI.1994.336633
内容梗概 (abstract) The optical interconnection plays an important role of realization in massively parallel computation. This is well recognized, but it is not clear how the optical interconnection works in parallel processing. The authors revisit the relationships between optical interconnection and parallel data processing. Their view is originally architecture-oriented, but it will be profitable also for device-oriented research.
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[1-68]  Tadashi Ae, Satoshi Fujita, Tsuyoshi Ando, Keiichi Sakai, and Yutaka Fujihara, ``Optical Interconnection and Massively Parallel Processing,'' In Proc. the First International Workshop on Massively Parallel Processing Using Optical Interconnections, pp. 118-132, 1994. (Cancun, Mexico)

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