SUPERB and Vienna Fortran

  title={SUPERB and Vienna Fortran},
  author={H. Zima and P. Brezany and B. Chapman},
  journal={Parallel Comput.},
  • H. Zima, P. Brezany, B. Chapman
  • Published 1994
  • Computer Science
  • Parallel Comput.
  • Abstract Distributed-memory systems are powerful tools for solving large-scale scientific and engineering problems. However these machines are difficult to program since the data have to be distributed across the processors and message-passing operations must be inserted for communicating non-local data. In this paper, we discuss SUPERB and Vienna Fortran, two related developments with the objective of providing the user with a higher level programming paradigm while not sacrificing target code… CONTINUE READING
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