High Performance Fortran is a set of extensions to Fortran 90 to support data parallel programming in a portable way. HPF version 2.0 was developed in 1997 by the High Performance Fortran Forum. High Performance Fortran Languages Programming Parallel Computing Computers.
High Performance Fortran ( HPF ) is an extension of Fortran 90 with constructs that support parallel computing, published by the High Performance Fortran Forum (HPFF). (wikipedia)
- Wikipedia: High Performance Fortran is an extension of Fortran 90 with constructs that support parallel computing, published by the High Performance Fortran Forum. The HPFF was convened and chaired by Ken Kennedy of Rice University. The first version of the HPF Report was published in 1993.
- Partitioned global address space - In computer science, a partitioned global address space is a parallel programming model. It assumes a global memory address space that is logically partitioned and a portion of it is local to each process, thread, or processing element.
- Fortran programming language family
- Concurrent programming languages
- Compiler The Portland Group: PGHPF Compiler www
Compiler for a variety of platforms. Portland Group: PGHPF Compiler. Product information and online purchasing. The Portland Group: PGHPF Compiler.
- Translator SHPF www
Translator and runtime library. SHPF. Source code and research papers. SHPF.
- HPF Esprit HPF+ www
HPF extensions. HPF+. Papers, bibliography, compiler. Esprit HPF+.
- Introduction, HPF and PSE Manual www
Introduction, and PSE Manual, tutorial, optimization tips, and reference material. HPF and PSE Manual.
- Chapter Fortran 90 for the Fortran 77 Programmer www
Chapter of a Fortan 90 tutorial with specific information about HPF. Fortran 90 for the Fortran 77 Programmer.
- Online Petition to Retire Fortran www
Online petition to retire Fortran, Retire Fortran, with ten reasons given. Has FAQ and rebuttal by Van Snyder. Petition to Retire Fortran.
- A Fortran Resources and Compilers www
A collection of Fortran links compiled by H. Resources and Compilers. D. Knoble. Fortran Resources and Compilers.
- An Z++ www
An extension of C++ to platform-free distributed computing. Z++. It enhances C++ with invariants, threading, database, GUI and conponent-oriented design. Z++ virtual processor supports the entire language on many platforms. Z++.
- Community Unified Parallel C at George Washington University www
Community site: projects, Parallel C at George Washington University, news, FAQ, documents, publications, tutorials, forum, mail list, work groups, events, downloads. Unified Parallel C at George Washington University.
- Alexa: High Performance Fortran Languages
Alexa Directory Top Sites: High Performance Fortran Languages
- DMOZ: High Performance Fortran Languages
dmoz.org Directory: High Performance Fortran Languages