Parallel Functional Programming Bibliography (2nd ed) 
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 Parallel Functional Programming Bibliography (2nd ed)

An updated version of my annotated bibliography on parallel functional
programming (including the abstracts of most papers) is available
by anonymous ftp from ftp.risc.uni-linz.ac.at (193.170.36.100)
in pub/reports/parlab/pfpbib2.ps.Z (BibTeX sources in pfpbib2.tar.Z).

The differences to the previous edition are not large but significant;
the bibliography now also includes

  * The nested data-parallel language NESL (thanks to Guy Blelloch,
  Carnegie Mellon University),

  * The parallel equational programming language EPL (thanks to Bolek
  Szymanski, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute),

  * New citations and corrections on SISAL (thanks to Rod Oldehoeft,
  Colorado State University),

  * New citations on the skeleton approach (thanks to Fethi A. Rabhi,
  University of Hull, and Tore Bratvolt, Heriot-Watt University).

  * Citations on work done at the GMD in Bonn on parallel functional
  programming (thanks to Werner Kluge, GMD).

Any comments, corrections, or supplements are welcome.

Wolfgang

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Wolfgang Schreiner
Research Institute for Symbolic Computation (RISC-Linz)
Johannes Kepler University, A-4040 Linz, Austria
Tel: +43 7236 3231 66  Fax: +43 7236 3231 30

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