Formal methods of parallel software design automation

TitleFormal methods of parallel software design automation
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsDoroshenko, AY, Yatsenko, OA
Abbreviated Key TitleDopov. Nac. akad. nauk Ukr.
SectionInformation Science and Cybernetics
Date Published6/2020

Formal methods and software tools of automated design and synthesis of parallel programs are proposed. The developed facilities use the language based on the Glushkov system of algorithmic algebras intended for a highlevel and natural linguistic representation of algorithms and apply rewriting rules technique to transform programs. The tools also use the method of syntactically correct algorithm scheme design which eliminates syntax errors during the construction of algorithms and programs. The approach is illustrated on developing the parallel N-body simulation program for the executing on a graphics processing unit.

Keywordsalgebra of algorithms, automated design, formal methods, graphics processing unit, parallel computation, term rewriting

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