Bachelor Computer Science
In parallel Programming II we will study parallel programming models and especially tUPL. tUPL was introduced in the course on Parallel Programming I and in this course we elaborate on this programming model and study its theoretical and algorithmic foundations as well as the practical implications. The course requires a sound theoretical background in algorithms, theoretical computer science and programming skills in Python/C/C++.
To acquire a more fundamental notion/insight into the limitations and possibilities of parallel programming.
The most recent timetable can be found at the students' website.
Mode of instruction
- Open book exam
- Programming assignments
- You have to sign up for courses and exams (including retakes) in uSis. Check this link for information about how to register for courses.
Lecturer: prof.dr.Harry Wijshoff