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1 Author(s)
Schulz, Uwe ; Intes GmbHand, Stuttgart, Germany

Numerical simulation is one of the areas where highly parallel computers will most likely be used extensively in the near future. However, most of the simulation software systems on the market today have been developed continuously over the past two decades and were designed with sequential computer architectures in mind. On the other hand, the investment in these codes is so large that complete redesign is not possible. The Commission of the European Communities has funded the Europort project with the goal of supporting the migration of existing and industrially relevant software to highly parallel computer architectures. Permpar is one of these projects. The two-year project, begun in January 1994, has adopted the general-purpose finite-element program Permas to meet its software requirements

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Computational Science & Engineering, IEEE  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 1 )