The International Exascale Software Project roadmap

@article{Dongarra2011TheIE,
  title={The International Exascale Software Project roadmap},
  author={Jack J. Dongarra and Peter H. Beckman and Terry Moore and Patrick Aerts and Giovanni Aloisio and Jean-Claude Andre and David Barkai and Jean-Yves Berthou and Taisuke Boku and Bertrand Braunschweig and Franck Cappello and Barbara M. Chapman and Xuebin Chi and Alok N. Choudhary and Sudip S. Dosanjh and Thom H. Dunning and Sandro Fiore and Al Geist and William Gropp and Robert J. Harrison and Mark Hereld and Michael A. Heroux and Adolfy Hoisie and Koh Hotta and Zhong Jin and Yutaka Ishikawa and Fred Johnson and Sanjay Kale and Richard Kenway and David E. Keyes and Bill Kramer and Jes{\'u}s Labarta and Alain Lichnewsky and Thomas Lippert and Bob Lucas and Arthur B. Maccabe and Satoshi Matsuoka and Paul Messina and Peter Michielse and Bernd Mohr and Matthias S. M{\"u}ller and Wolfgang E. Nagel and Hiroshi Nakashima and Michael E. Papka and Daniel A. Reed and Mitsuhisa Sato and Edward Seidel and John Shalf and David Skinner and Marc Snir and Thomas L. Sterling and Rick L. Stevens and Fred Streitz and Bob Sugar and Shinji Sumimoto and William M. Tang and John Taylor and Rajeev Thakur and Anne E. Trefethen and Mateo Valero and Aad van der Steen and Jeffrey S. Vetter and Peg Williams and Robert W. Wisniewski and Katherine A. Yelick},
  journal={IJHPCA},
  year={2011},
  volume={25},
  pages={3-60}
}
Over the last 20 years, the open-source community has provided more and more software on which the world’s highperformance computing systems depend for performance and productivity. The community has invested millions of dollars and years of effort to build key components. However, although the investments in these separate software elements have been tremendously valuable, a great deal of productivity has also been lost because of the lack of planning, coordination, and key integration of… CONTINUE READING
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