A parallel Lisp in which environments are first-class objects. It is implemented in Common LISP.
[“Parallelism, Persistence and Meta-Cleanliness in the Symmetric Lisp Processor”, D. Gelernter et al, SIGPLAN Notices 22(7):274-282 (July 1987)].
[“A Programming Language Supporting First-Class Parallel Environments”, S. Jagannathan, MIT-LCS/TR 434, 1989].
E-mail: Suresh Jagannathan .
noun, Mathematics. 1. a matrix with the lower-left half equal to the mirror image of the upper-right half; a matrix that is its own transpose. symmetric matrix noun 1. (maths) a square matrix that is equal to its transpose, being symmetrical about its main diagonal. A skew symmetric matrix is equal to the negation of […]
- Symmetric multiprocessing
parallel (SMP) Two or more similar processors connected via a high-bandwidth link and managed by one operating system, where each processor has equal access to I/O devices. This is in contrast to the “compute server” kind of parallel processor where a front-end processor handles all I/O to disks, terminals and local area network etc. The […]
- Symmetric multiprocessor
verb (used with object), symmetrized, symmetrizing. 1. to reduce to symmetry; make symmetrical. verb 1. (transitive) to render symmetrical or perfectly balanced