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PII: S0965-9978(00)00018-1

@inproceedings{Ginsberga2000PIIS,
  title={PII: S0965-9978(00)00018-1},
  author={M. Ginsberga and J. Hauserb and J. E. Moreirac and R. Morgand and J. C. Parsonse and T. J. Wielengaf},
  year={2000}
}
This panel session focuses on utilization of Java for numeric-intensive applications, including the advantages and disadvantages of Java for future use with industrial independent software vendor (ISV)-based finite element methods (FEM) codes. Discussion will address both partial use of Java and/or complete code implementation; activities in this area are already in progress and have been reported by the Java Grande Forum (see http://www.javagrande.org). Some of the issues that will be… 

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