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Re: [Swarmfest2006] Keynote speakers

From: Marcus G. Daniels
Subject: Re: [Swarmfest2006] Keynote speakers
Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2006 10:28:00 -0600
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Jim Anderson wrote:
It does bring up
the issue of what directions SWARM should take in the next few years.
How about sponsoring a student for Google Summer of Code? http://code.google.com/soc

Moore's Law is finally breaking down, and so computer systems are moving toward multi-core CPUs and multithreading. The Swarm approach lends itself to this, and so we could oversee a project to adapt Swarm to multithreading or just build an all new simulator that was very lightweight and fast and really exploited all available concurrency in a model. If a new simulator were domain-specific, it could be easier to design and optimize and make useful. Also if it was a relatively simple code base, it could be compiled for FPGAs using a compiler like Impuse C or Handel C. Some slogan like Swarm Biosimulation on a chip!

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