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Conference Papers: Malleable Invasive Applications

[buchwald15atps]Sebastian Buchwald, Manuel Mohr, Andreas Zwinkau, Malleable Invasive Applications, Proceedings of the 8th Working Conference on Programming Languages (ATPS'15), Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2015. to appear

Abstract

Invasive Computing enables a resource-aware programming style, which includes adapting to external resource changes similar to malleability. We introduce asynchronously-malleable applications, which can adapt at any time without synchronizing the whole application, in contrast to specific synchronization points. We show how master-slave applications meet the requirements for asynchronous malleability and how Invasive Computing supports that.

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Sebastian Buchwald
Manuel Mohr
Andreas Zwinkau

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