Computer Engineering & Computer Science (CECS)
570./670. Concurrent Parallel Programming (3)
- Prerequisite: CECS 328, or 341, or 440. (Master’s students register in CECS 570 or 670; Ph.D. students register in CECS 670.)
- Introduction to concurrent and parallel programming for multiprocessing and distributed systems. Computational models and paradigms. Parallel programming languages and programming tools. Portable parallel programming and mapping techniques. Heterogeneous concurrent programming. Concurrent programming on local networks on workstations and personal computers.
- Additional projects required for CECS 670. (Lecture-problems 2 hours, laboratory 3 hours.) Letter grade only (A-F).
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CECS Upper Division Courses 300 - 424
CECS Upper Division Courses 428 - 497