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Alex Prokopec will describe how the Parallel Collections were created, how the architecture works, an under-the-bonnet look at their use. Parallel collections provide a simple and intuitive way to utilize the power of multi-core systems for a broad range of problem types.
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Aleksandar Prokopec is a research assistant in the School of Computer and Communication Sciences at the EPFL in Switzerland, working in the LAMP laboratory under the supervision of dr. Martin Odersky. He received his Master degree at the Faculty of E