You are invited to contribute to a future volume of High Performance Parallelism Pearls – Multicore and Many-core Programming Approaches (working title) a contribution-based book that will focus on practical techniques for Intel Xeon processor and Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor parallel computing.
Submissions received now will be considered for a volume to be published in 2015 (the first volume will appear in November 2014, based on proposals that were previously submitted in May 2014).
The deadline for Volume Two book submissions will most likely be March 7, 2015.
Please submit your proposal and we'll work with you to refine it as needed. Each Chapter must contain detailed technical information, include real results on processors and coprocessors, explain optimizations that help processors and coprocessors, and include examples with source code (we put the code on the web). We have editors and artists to help authors, so submissions do not need to be perfect (much easier than a conference paper!). However, real world code and real results are required!
If you would like to contribute, please fill out the form below completely and click SUBMIT. You will receive a copy of your submission in e-mail (to the e-mail address you specify).
REQUIRED: You will have results on multicore (Intel Xeon processors or others) and many-core (Intel Xeon Phi).
REQUIRED: You will show the actual code, and discuss code changes, in the Chapter. Snippets of code will be shown in the Chapter, the complete code available for download.
REQUIRED: You will provide code that is discussed to download, with instructions/Makefile to build and run.
Each proposal will be considered to be a chapter in the book with each chapter author(s) acknowledged. Jim Jeffers and James Reinders will serve as the chief editors for the book, and will assist in preparing for publication, ensuring reasonable flow and consistency. Chapter submissions will be done in Microsoft Word unless other provisions are required (LaTeX can be accepted as well). Code is required for each chapter, and plays an important part in fully communicating your programming techniques and helping others leverage your expertise. For this reason, preference will be given to submissions with code that can be downloaded, built and run in a straightforward manner. The focus is on best and practical methods to utilize parallelism for performance on both processors and coprocessors. While the math is important, please keep in mind the focus is on the computing gem so others may learn.
We will use easychair.org to manage all writing submissions, this form is the first step. You may email us at email@example.com with questions. Please submit sooner rather than later... no obligation, it just starts a conversation with us.
Additional information for accepted chapter authors of volume 1 is found on the chapter authors page. We will update these instructions slightly for Volume Two for clarity and schedules - but otherwise they will be substantially the same.