Parallel Programming with Polaris

@article{Blume1996ParallelPW,
  title={Parallel Programming with Polaris},
  author={William Blume and Ram{\'o}n Doallo and Rudolf Eigenmann and John Grout and Jay Hoeflinger and Thomas Lawrence and Jaejin Lee and David A. Padua and Yunheung Paek and William M. Pottenger and Lawrence Rauchwerger and Peng Tu},
  journal={IEEE Computer},
  year={1996},
  volume={29},
  pages={87-81}
}
Parallel programming tools are limited, making effective parallel programming difficult and cumbersome. Compilers that translate conventional sequential programs into parallel form would liberate programmers from the complexities of explicit, machine oriented parallel programming. The paper discusses parallel programming with Polaris, an experimental translator of conventional Fortran programs that target machines such as the Cray T3D. 

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