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HPJava: a data parallel programming alternative

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We consider a project that's ongoing at our Pervasive Technology Lab at Indiana University. The HPJava (high-performance Java) project aims to support scientific and parallel computing in a modern, object-oriented, Internet-friendly environment - the Java platform. HPJava leverages popular high-performance Fortran (HPF) language and library features such as "scientific" multidimensional array syntax and distributed arrays, while at a more language-independent level, it introduces a slightly unusual parallel programming model, somewhere in between the classical HPF and message-passing interface (MPI) extremes.

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Computing in Science & Engineering  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 3 )