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Parallel computation on 2-3 trees

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Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University , New York
Statementby W. Paul, U. Vishkin and H. Wagener.
SeriesUltracomputer note -- 52
ContributionsVishkin, U., Wagener, H.
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Pagination14 p.
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Suppose a 2–3 tree T with n leaves is implemented in the storage, suppose a 1,a k are data that may or may not be stored in the leaves, Cited by: Michael H.F. Wilkinson, Georgios K. Ouzounis, in Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics, Parallel Computation.

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Method->"CoarsestGrained" is suitable for computations involving many subunits, all of which take the same amount of time. It minimizes overhead, but does not provide any load balancing. Method->"FinestGrained" is suitable for computations involving few subunits whose evaluations take different amounts of time.

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