Undergraduate Research Experiences In Parallel Processing
This paper describes a research project that was designed to provide a group of bright undergraduate students with a meaningful research experience that would encourage and motivate them to attend graduate school for further education and research. The project illustrated basic research techniques and the nature of the job of a researcher to undergraduates who had had limited or no opportunities for research. The students were involved in all phases of the project to ensure that they would gain the confidence needed to do research on their own. In this project the students were given an opportunity to do research that involved parallel processing. © 1991, Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. All rights reserved.
B. E. Gillett and J. B. Prater, "Undergraduate Research Experiences In Parallel Processing," Computer Science Education, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 91 - 98, Taylor and Francis Group; Routledge, Jan 1991.
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