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High-performance languages for parallel computing

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1 Author(s)
H. P. Zima ; Inst. of Software Tech. & Parallel Syst., Wien Univ., Austria

The continued demand for increased computing power led in the mid 1980s to the development of highly parallel scalable multiprocessing systems. Such machines can be built at reasonable cost, and they are potentially scalable to large numbers of processors. Fully exploiting their power, however, is difficult. The paper discusses some high performance languages for parallel computing, including High Performance Fortran, Vienna Fortran and Fortran D

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IEEE Computational Science and Engineering  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 3 )