Converting pvmmake to mpimake under LAM, and MPI and Parallel Genetic Programming

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  author =       "Judith E. Devaney",
  title =        "Converting pvmmake to mpimake under LAM, and MPI and
                 Parallel Genetic Programming",
  booktitle =    "MPI Developers Conference",
  year =         "1995",
  editor =       "Andrew Lumsdaine",
  address =      "University of Notre Dame",
  month =        "22-23 " # jun,
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming",
  URL =          "",
  URL =          "",
  abstract =     "This looks at the issues which arose in porting the
                 pvmmake utility from pvm to mpi. Pvmmake is a pvm
                 application which allows a user to send files, execute
                 commands, and receive results from a single machine on
                 any machine in the virtual machine. It's actions are
                 controlled by the contents of an agenda file. It's most
                 common use is to enable management of the development
                 of a parallel program in a heterogeneous environment. A
                 utility with the same features, mpimake, was coded up
                 to run under LAM.

                 Genetic programming is an algorithm which evolves a
                 program to solve your input problem. The implementation
                 under MPI requires the transfer of data structures such
                 as lists and trees. The match between the requirements
                 of this algorithm and the datatype feature in mpi will
                 be discussed.",
  notes =        "Data from
                 4 Nov 1997",

Genetic Programming entries for Judith E Devaney