NESL


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AcronymDefinition
NESLNew England School of Law (Boston, Massachusetts)
NESLNetWare Event Service Layer (computer networking)
NESLNew Enterprise Stone & Lime Co., Inc. (Pennsylvania)
NESLNetworked and Embedded Systems Laboratory (University of California, Los Angeles)
NESLNuclear Engineering Services Ltd. (UK)
NESLNew Energy Sources Laboratory (Romania)
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NESL will leverage its new shared service centre and the scalability of its infrastructure to seamlessly integrate the nine acquired facilities into the broader NESL operations.
NEW clubs are required by the NESL for next season - contact John Cummings on 0191 242 1143 or 07802 571 755 for more details.
A provably time and space efficient implementation of NESL.
NESL [Blelloch 1996] is a data-parallel extension to a set-oriented language which emphasizes nested data-parallel constructs.
Some languages, such as High-performance Fortran and NESL [1], already enable expressing parallelism.
NESL will leverage its new shared service center and the scalability of its infrastructure to seamlessly integrate the nine acquired facilities into the broader NESL operations.
to acquire certain production assets from Yabang subsidiary Changzhou NESL Solartech Co.
5million investment in Wolverhampton-based NESL reaffirmed LDC's commitment to the Midlands region and to our manufacturing and engineering focus.
Himamauli Das, The United States Sanctions Response to the Attacks of September 11, 2001: A Synopsis of Remarks at the NESL Rogue Regimes Conference, 36 NEW ENG.
The idea of including a cost model in a language definition, along with a proof of a mapping of that model to runtimes on parallel machines, was introduced in the NESL language [Blelloch 1992], and used in the Cilk [Blumofe et al.
In approximately chronological order, these models are: scan [Blelloch 1987], multiprefix [Ranade 1989], paralations [Goldman 1989; Sabot 1989], the C* data-parallel language [Hatcher and Quinn 1991; Quinn and Hatcher 1990], the scan-vector model and NESL [Blelloch 1990, 1993, 1996; Blelloch and Sabot 1988, 1990; Blelloch and Greiner 1994], and CamlFlight [Hains and Foisy 1993].
Currently employing more than 200 staff, with core operations based at Wolverhampton, NESL benefits from longterm nuclear decommissioning projects, ongoing support to the UK's operational nuclear power station portfolio and is well positioned to benefit from the renaissance in the nuclear industry on the back of recently announced government plans to build new nuclear power stations.