Parallel Complexity Theory
by Ian Parberry
Publisher: Prentice Hall 1987
Number of pages: 212
Parallel complexity theory is one of the fastest-growing fields in theoretical computer science. This rapid growth has led to a proliferation of parallel machine models and theoretical frameworks. This book presents a unified theory of parallel computation based on a network model.
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