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ICC++ is a new concurrent C++ dialect which supports a single source code for sequential and parallel program versions, the construction of concurrent data abstractions, convenient expression of irregular and fine-grained concurrency, and high performance implementation. ICC++ programs are...
Non-Uniform representations are an effective means of resolving diverse physical phenomena but they require sophisticated run time support to manage their underlying complexity, especially on parallel computers. I will describe a software infrastructure for non-uniform computations that was...
MPG++ is an extension of C++, which supports control parallel programming and metalevel programming. The MPG++ metalevel programming facility enables users to extend or modify C++ language features. Library designers may supply abstractions in MPG++ source files where those abstractions are...
The C++ programming language 6, 10 is well-known for its support of object oriented concepts, useful in abstraction modeling. Containing many important features, its popularity is growing with a new generation of scientists anxious to bring clarity and flexibility to their programming efforts....
HPC++ is a set of parallel programming tools that have been designed by the High Performance C++ Consortium. It consists of a modest set of compiler directives and a parallel extension to the C++ Standard Template Library (STL). In this short note we consider the problem of mixing the parallel...
C++ was designed to support a wide range of programming styles. A parallel extension to C++ should support parallelism in all the different programming styles that a C++ program might exploit as well as support a broad range of parallel programming paradigms, such as message passing, active...
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