Distributed pC++ Basic Ideas for an Object Parallel Language

@article{Bodin1993DistributedPB,
  title={Distributed pC++ Basic Ideas for an Object Parallel Language},
  author={François Bodin and Peter H. Beckman and Dennis Gannon and Srinivas Narayana and Shelby X. Yang},
  journal={Scientific Programming},
  year={1993},
  volume={2},
  pages={7-22}
}
pC++ is an object-parallel extension to the C++ programming language. This paper describes the current language definition and illustrates the programming style. Exampies of parallel linear algebra operations are presented and a fast Poisson solver is described in complete detail. 

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