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A formalism is proposed for describing finite difference calculations in an abstract way. The formalism consists of index sets and stencils, for characterizing the structure of sets of data items and interactions between data items (neighbouring relations). The formalism provides a means for...
Data parallel languages, such as High Performance Fortran, can be successfully applied to a wide range of numerical applications. However, many advanced scientific and engineering applications are multidisciplinary and heterogeneous in nature, and thus do not fit well into the data parallel...
This paper summarizes techniques for emulating in Fortran90 the most important object-oriented concepts of C++: classes (including abstract data types, encapsulation and function overloading), inheritance and dynamic dispatching.
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