PBGL
The Parallel Boost Graph Library: A Generic C++ Library for High-Performance Parallel and Distributed Graph Computation The Parallel BGL builds on the Boost Graph Library (BGL), offering similar data structures, algorithms, and syntax for distributed, parallel computation that the BGL offers for sequential programs. The Parallel BGL is intended primarily as a research platform, to facilitate both experimentation with and comparison of parallel graph algorithms and to provide solid implementations for solving large-scale graph problems in other application areas. The Parallel BGL is being developed by the Open Systems Lab, part of the Pervasive Technologies Institute at Indiana University
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 11 articles )
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Sorted by year (- Ramon-Cortes, Cristian; Alvarez, Pol; Lordan, Francesc; Alvarez, Javier; Ejarque, Jorge; Badia, Rosa M.: A survey on the distributed computing stack (2021)
- Trejo-Sánchez, Joel Antonio; Fajardo-Delgado, Daniel; Gutierrez-Garcia, J. Octavio: A genetic algorithm for the maximum 2-packing set problem (2020)
- Arslan, Hilal; Manguoglu, Murat: A parallel bio-inspired shortest path algorithm (2019)
- Dimitrios Michail, Joris Kinable, Barak Naveh, John V Sichi: JGraphT - A Java library for graph data structures and algorithms (2019) arXiv
- Buluç, Aydın; Madduri, Kamesh: Graph partitioning for scalable distributed graph computations (2013)
- Dohn, Anders; Mason, Andrew: Branch-and-price for staff rostering: an efficient implementation using generic programming and nested column generation (2013)
- Plimpton, Steven J.; Devine, Karen D.: MapReduce in MPI for large-scale graph algorithms (2011) ioport
- Boyd, Stephen; Parikh, Neal; Chu, Eric; Peleato, Borja; Eckstein, Jonathan: Distributed optimization and statistical learning via the alternating direction method of multipliers (2010)
- Järvi, Jaakko; Marcus, Mat; Smith, Jacob N.: Programming with C++ concepts (2010)
- Edmonds, Nick; Breuer, Alex; Gregor, Douglas; Lumsdaine, Andrew: Single-source shortest paths with the parallel boost graph library (2009)
- Carlsson, Gunnar: Equivariant stable homotopy theory and the finite descent problem for unstable algebraic (K)-theories (1991)
Further publications can be found at: http://osl.iu.edu/research/pbgl/about/publications.php