Unifying UPC and MPI runtimes: experience with MVAPICH

@inproceedings{Jose2010UnifyingUA,
  title={Unifying UPC and MPI runtimes: experience with MVAPICH},
  author={Jithin Jose and Miao Luo and Sayantan Sur and Dhabaleswar K. Panda},
  booktitle={PGAS},
  year={2010}
}
Unified Parallel C (UPC) is an emerging parallel programming language that is based on a shared memory paradigm. MPI has been a widely ported and dominant parallel programming model for the past couple of decades. Real-life scientific applications require a lot of investment by domain scientists. Many scientists choose the MPI programming model as it is considered low-risk. It is unlikely that entire applications will be re-written using the emerging UPC language (or PGAS paradigm) in the near… CONTINUE READING
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