G22.3033.02  High Performance Java

Summer 1998 -- Susan Flynn-Hummel

Course Infromation

Office hours:

6-7 Wednesdays, WWH401

Class email list:

g22_3033_002_sum98@cs.nyu.edu---currently not set up...

IMPORTANT: THE NT SYSTEM MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE FOR TOMORROW'S, JULY 14th, CLASS. PLEASE COME PREPARED TO USE THE OVERHEAD.

The main URLs for this course are:

1) http://www.npac.syr.edu/projects/javaforcse

2) http://www.npac.syr.edu/projects/javaforcse/javameettalks.html

3) http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/conferences/java98/program.html

4) http://www.npac.syr.edu/projects/javaforcse/acmprog/prog.html

5) http://java.sun.com

6) www.alphaworks.ibm.com/formula.nsf

Course work:

Students will read papers, give a talk, and write a term paper.

Term Paper: A comparative writeup of the paper you presented and two related papers. Length should be 7-10 pages.

Due JUly 21: The three papers that you will be discussing in your term paper. An outline of your term paper, with the major focous emphasized.

Papers to read:

Assigment 1:

Please note that the webpage where the papers can be found are numbered.

3) Keynote by Gosling , 2) Zoran et al. 4) Hummel et al. 4) Krall et al.

For further information, send email to flynn@cs or hummel@watson.ibm.com

Assignment 2:

http://math.nist.gov/javanumerics/issues.html

3) Hirano et al., 2) Li et al.

Assignment 3:

3) Bik et al., 4) Clausen et al., 3) Krall et al.

Assignment 4:

3) Yelick et al.