D-osc: a Sisal Compiler for Distributed-memory Machines

@inproceedings{GarzaSalazar1997DoscAS,
  title={D-osc: a Sisal Compiler for Distributed-memory Machines},
  author={David A. Garza-Salazar},
  year={1997}
}
In this paper we present the results of the implementation of D-OSC: a prototype SISAL compiler for distributed-memory machines. The compiler is an extension of the Optimizing SISAL Compiler (OSC) version 12.9.1, it generates C code with calls to the message passing library MPI. The main goals of this implementation are to obtain a SISAL compiler that generates code for distributed-memory machines and to identify the compiler optimizations that can improve the performance of the code generated… CONTINUE READING

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