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Jon Hill <J.M.D.Hill@qmw.ac.uk>
Tue, 2 Aug 1994 10:20:57 GMT

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From: Jon Hill <J.M.D.Hill@qmw.ac.uk>
Keywords: WWW, bibliography
Organization: London & SE High Performance Computing Centre
Date: Tue, 2 Aug 1994 10:20:57 GMT
Status: RO

WWW Article Archive

As part of an awareness project on high performance computing, the
``London and South East Centre for High Performance Computing'' has
created a number of article archives. Of particular interest to
comp.compilers readers are:

      Compilation techniques for HPC [ 49 articles ]

              Fortran 90, HPF, etc. [ 24 articles ]
              Parallel C and C++; [ 23 articles ]
              Occam and CSP [ 12 articles ]
              Other parallel languages [ 4 articles ]

      Functional programming:
              Implementation and optimisation [ 36 articles ]
              Type theory [ 24 articles ]
              Static analysis [ 14 articles ]
              Garbage collection [ 11 articles ]
              Debugging and profiling [ 12 articles ]
              Language definitions, semantics, etc. [ 16 articles ]

                                                                                                Total = 225

Papers can be added to the archive by using a series of
forms. ***Please** add your (or other researchers :-) papers to the
archive. The archive is available at URL(s):

monochrome users:

Kitsch colour page:

The archive provides:
      o The opportunity to add your papers to the archive using a series of
          forms. The forms provide an interface to underlying BibTeX

      o The archive is structured into a series of browsable subject areas
          which are automatically updated each night;

      o Cross referenced indexes are available by:

      o The underlying BibTeX databases are available for down-loading;

      o The archive can be searched using Perl regular expressions.

      o Authors can add links to their home page. Any references to their
          name in the archive will include a link to their page.

      o A list of new articles added to the archive

Hope you find it useful......
The London & South East centre for High Performance Computing

Jonathan M.D.Hill [http://www.lpac.ac.uk/SEL-HPC/People/Hilly]

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