9. Bibliography
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[27] Anthony Skjellum, Steven G. Smith, Nathan E. Doss, Alvin P . Leung, and Manfred Morari. The Design and Evolution of Zipcode. Parallel Computing, 1994. (Invited Paper, to appear in Special Issue on Message Passing).

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[29] D. Walker. Standards for message passing in a distributed memory environment. Technical Report TM-12147, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, August 1992.




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