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## computer networking

Rodrigues, Jacqueline Nadine
(2003)
*The automatic implementation of a dynamic load balancing strategy within structured mesh codes generated using a parallelisation tool.*
PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.

## computer software

Evans, Emyr Wyn
(2000)
*Strategies and tools for the exploitation of massively parallel computer systems.*
PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.

## computing

Evans, Emyr Wyn
(2000)
*Strategies and tools for the exploitation of massively parallel computer systems.*
PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.

## hardware

Evans, Emyr Wyn
(2000)
*Strategies and tools for the exploitation of massively parallel computer systems.*
PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.

## load balancing

Rodrigues, Jacqueline Nadine
(2003)
*The automatic implementation of a dynamic load balancing strategy within structured mesh codes generated using a parallelisation tool.*
PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.

## massively parallel

*Strategies and tools for the exploitation of massively parallel computer systems.*
PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.

## multiple data

Rodrigues, Jacqueline Nadine
(2003)
*The automatic implementation of a dynamic load balancing strategy within structured mesh codes generated using a parallelisation tool.*
PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.

## multiple instruction

## parallel programming

## programming

*Strategies and tools for the exploitation of massively parallel computer systems.*
PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.