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A Bibliography of Publications about High-Performance Fortran

@inproceedings{Beebe2007ABO,
  title={A Bibliography of Publications about High-Performance Fortran},
  author={Nelson H. F. Beebe},
  year={2007}
}
Analogs of 2,5-Diaryl tetrahydrofurans which were substituted or unsubstituted at 3,4-positions were prepared. These compounds are found to have potent and specific PAF (Platelet Activating Factor) antagonistic activities and thereby useful in the treatment of various diseases or disorders mediated by the PAF, for example, inflammation, cardiovascular disorder, asthma, lung edema, adult respiratory distress syndrome, pain, and aggregation of platelets. 

References

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Fortran 90

Parallelization of a Block Tridiagonal Solver in HPF on an IBM SP2

The aim of this article is to describe how an existing FORTRAN-code for the solution of block tridiagonal systems of linear equations can be parallelized by using High Performance Fortran (HPF). The

An Evaluation of HPF Compilers and the Implementation of a Parallel Linear Equation Solver Using HPF and MPI

The capabilities and performances of two commercially available HPF compilers, xlhpf from IBM and pghpf from the Portland Group, are evaluated and their suitabilities for reservoir simulator development are presented.

The High Performance Fortran Handbook

High Performance Fortran is a set of extensions to Fortran expressing parallel execution at a relatively high level that brings the convenience of sequential Fortran a step closer to today's complex parallel machines.

Three-Dimensional Electromagnetic Particle-in-Cell Code Using High Performance Fortran on PC Cluster

A three-dimensional full electromagnetic particle-in-cell (PIC) code, TRISTAN (Tridimensional Stanford) code, has been parallelized using High Performance Fortran (HPF) as a RPM (Real Parallel

Financial Applications and HPF

High performance Fortran: an overview

  • M. Zosel
  • Computer Science
    Digest of Papers. Compcon Spring
  • 1993
The author gives an overview of the work of the High Performance Fortran Forum (HPFF). This group of industry, academic, and user representatives has been meeting to define a set of extensions for

Evaluations of HPF for Practical Scientific Algorithms on T3E

  • C. Ding
  • Computer Science
    HPCN Europe
  • 1998
HPF coding examples of practical scientific algorithms are examined in detail, with the idea that on these simple but non-trivial examples, we can fairly well understand issues related to different
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