Reverse engineering and reengineering of a large serial system into a distributed-parallel version

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This is a case study that documents the reverse engineering and mengineering of a twenty year old system, BNDPKG. BNDPKG is a large software system written in FORTRAN, and still used in Physics for Electronic Structure calculations. BNDPKG was changed from a sequential-serial system that required IBM mainframes to a scalable parallel version that can use… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/315891.315958

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@inproceedings{Karadimitriou1995ReverseEA, title={Reverse engineering and reengineering of a large serial system into a distributed-parallel version}, author={Kosmas Karadimitriou and John M. Tyler and Nathan E. Brener}, booktitle={SAC}, year={1995} }