programming languages, Fortran D, distribution schemes, irregularities, HPF
Languages such as Fortran D provide irregular distribution schemes that can efficiently support irregular problems. Irregular distributions can also be emulated in HPF. Compilers can incorporate runtime procedures to automatically support these distributions.
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