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FORTRAN 90 is the actual standard in term of data parallel language for scientiic computing. To develop a data parallel algorithm on a distributed memory machine, programmers generally use the High Performance FORTRAN extension of FORTRAN 90, in particular the data mapping directives. HPF-Builder graphical environment goal is to free the HPF programmers of… (More)

- Christian Lefebvre, François Milette
- Dermatology practical & conceptual
- 2015

This is an extremely practical book offered to all clinicians interested in dermatologic surgery. Dr. Hayes proposes an all-inclusive package covering every aspect of an office practice of dermatologic surgery, froflm the design of the operating room and its lighting to technical aspects of surgical intervention , be it a simple biopsy or the most… (More)

I am a dermatologist in private practice and have worked in a university hospital environment for many years. I am glad of having been given the opportunity to review Dr. Hayes' book on clinical diagnosis and treatment of skin cancers. The title of the book is inviting, as it suggests that its aim is to serve practicing dermatologists, generalists and all… (More)

Fortran 90 is the actual standard in term of data parallel language for scientiic computing. To develop a data parallel algorithm on a distributed memory machine, programmers generally use the High Performance Fortran extension of Fortran 90, in particular the data mapping directives. HPF-Builder graphical environment goal is to free the HPF programmers of… (More)

Fortran 90 is the actual standard in term of data parallel language for scientiic computing. To develop a data parallel algorithm on a distributed memory machine, programmers generally use the High Performance Fortran extension of Fortran 90, in particular the data mapping directives. HPF-Builder8] graphical environment goal is to free the HPF programmers… (More)

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