Reference: Noble, A. C. ELMA Programmers Guide. Working Paper, August, 1988.
Abstract: ELMA (Extended LAMINA for Memory-management Applications) is a high-level parallel programming interface to the CARE family of distributed-memory multiprocessors. It is built on top of LAMINA, the basic language interface to CARE which provides primitive mechanisms and language syntax for expressing and managing concurrency and locality. ELMA is an extension of object oriented LAMINA and ELMA objects are in fact specializations of LAMINA objects.
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