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Titanium

  • Author(s): Robert, Yves;
  • Shende, Sameer;
  • Malony, Allen D;
  • Morris, Alan;
  • Spear, Wyatt;
  • Biersdorff, Scott;
  • Smith, Burton;
  • Wang, Dali;
  • Ricciuto, Daniel;
  • Post, Wilfred;
  • Berry, Michael W;
  • Irigoin, François;
  • Yelick, Katherine;
  • Graham, Susan L;
  • Hilfinger, Paul;
  • Bonachea, Dan;
  • Su, Jimmy;
  • Kamil, Amir;
  • Datta, Kaushik;
  • Colella, Phillip;
  • Wen, Tong;
  • Dongarra, Jack;
  • Luszczek, Piotr;
  • Bhatele, Abhinav;
  • Freudenberger, Stefan M;
  • Diekert, Volker;
  • Muscholl, Anca;
  • Herlihy, Maurice;
  • Moss, J Eliot B
  • Editor(s): Padua, David A
  • et al.
Abstract

Titanium is a parallel programming language designed for high-performance scientific computing. It is based on Java and uses a Single Program Multiple Data (SPMD) parallelism model with a Partitioned Global Address Space (PGAS).

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