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== Daily Interval Training BoF ==
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We're considering having a Parallelism and Concurrency BoF, for experts and novices alike.  It'll most likely be quite informal, with a chance for professionals, enthusiasts and newbies to network and discuss current technologies and application.
  
A daily Interval Training BoF will commence at the Waurn Ponds Residences bus stop at 7am.
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== When ==
  
All you need is clothing and/or footwear you are comfortable exercising in and a will to try.  
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Thursday evening, before the speaker's dinner. Depending on numbers the BoF may retire for a dinner and/or drink at another venue afterwards.
  
We will be exercising for a total of 2-4 minutes each day depending on fitness levels. Total time will be between 20 mins and 30 mins.
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== Where ==
  
For an overview of why Interval Training is a good idea, see [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHN-4ve81TY this video] from ABC Catalyst.
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Currently unallocated.
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== What ==
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Parallelism and Concurrency!
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Potential topics are:
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:Automatic parallelisation / Parallelisation in Declarative Languages
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::[http://www.mercurylang.org/documentation/papers.html#pbone_phd_thesis Paul's Thesis]
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::[http://www.mercurylang.org Mercury Programming Language]
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::[http://www.plasmalang.org Plasma Programming Language] (WIP)
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:[http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/processors/xeon/xeon-phi-detail.html Xeon Phi]
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:OpenMP
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:GPGPU
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:Software defined radio (SDR)
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:Concurrency
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:Async IO
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:Map/Reduce
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:Cloud vs HPC
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:Async IO
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:Thread safety, critical sections, mutexes etc.
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:Python parallelism and concurrency
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:[http://latproc.github.io/clockwork/# Clockwork] - State based Language with full Concurrency
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:RCU - What is it?
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Feel free to add more!
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== Who is organizing this ==
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Paul Bone
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paul at bone dot id dot au
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Boney on freenode.org (#linux.conf.au)
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* [[User:Sbragg@deakin.edu.au|Scott Bragg]]
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  faulteh_ on freenode.org (#linux.conf.au)
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== Persons Interested in Attending ==
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Mike.Lake
  
 
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Revision as of 13:12, 31 January 2016

We're considering having a Parallelism and Concurrency BoF, for experts and novices alike. It'll most likely be quite informal, with a chance for professionals, enthusiasts and newbies to network and discuss current technologies and application.

When

Thursday evening, before the speaker's dinner. Depending on numbers the BoF may retire for a dinner and/or drink at another venue afterwards.

Where

Currently unallocated.

What

Parallelism and Concurrency!

Potential topics are:

Automatic parallelisation / Parallelisation in Declarative Languages
Paul's Thesis
Mercury Programming Language
Plasma Programming Language (WIP)
Xeon Phi
OpenMP
GPGPU
Software defined radio (SDR)
Concurrency
Async IO
Map/Reduce
Cloud vs HPC
Async IO
Thread safety, critical sections, mutexes etc.
Python parallelism and concurrency
Clockwork - State based Language with full Concurrency
RCU - What is it?

Feel free to add more!

Who is organizing this

Paul Bone
paul at bone dot id dot au
Boney on freenode.org (#linux.conf.au)
 faulteh_ on freenode.org (#linux.conf.au)

Persons Interested in Attending

Mike.Lake


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