Which Applications Can Use High Performance Fortran and Fortran-D: Industry Standard Data Parallel Languages?
HPF/Fortran D, programming, parallelism
Programming Languages and Compilers
In this paper, we present the first, preliminary results of HPF/Fortran-D language analysis based on compiling and running benchmark applications using a prototype implementation of HPF/Fortran-D compiler. The analysis indicate that the HPF is a very convenient tool for programming many applications on massively parallel and/or distributed systems. In addition, we cumulate experience on how to parallelize irregular problems to extend the scope of Fortran-D beyond HPF and suggest future extensions to the Fortran standard.
Choudhary, Alok; Fox, Geoffrey C.; Haupt, Tomasz; and Ranka, S., "Which Applications Can Use High Performance Fortran and Fortran-D: Industry Standard Data Parallel Languages?" (1992). Northeast Parallel Architecture Center. 52.
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Submitted to the Fifth Australian Supercomputing Conference, Melbourne, Australia, December 7-9, 1992