High Performance Fortran

Abstract

A basic problem in programming for parallel architectures is that each machine has its own design, and also its own specific software for accessing its hardware features. In 1992, as a response to this situation, the High Performance Fortran Forum (HPFF) was founded, under the guidance of Professor Ken Kennedy, to produce a portable Fortran-based interface… (More)

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