Vforce: An Extensible Framework for Reconfigurable Supercomputing

  title={Vforce: An Extensible Framework for Reconfigurable Supercomputing},
  author={Nicholas Moore and Albert Conti and Miriam Leeser and Laurie A. Smith King},
Reconfigurable supercomputer architectures require new programming tools that support application portability. The Vforce framework, based on the object-oriented VSIPL++ standard, encapsulates hardware-specific implementations behind a standard API, thus insulating application-level code from hardware-specific details 
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