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Titanium Language Reference Manual (Version 1.5)

  • Author(s): HILFINGER, P;
  • Bonachea, Dan;
  • Gay, David;
  • Graham, S;
  • Liblit, Benjamin;
  • Pike, Geoffrey;
  • Yelick, K
  • et al.

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The Titanium language is a Java dialect for high-performance parallel scientific computing. Titanium’s differences from Java include multi-dimensional arrays, an explicitly parallel SPMD model of computation with a global address space, a form of value class, and zone-based memory management. This reference manual describes the differences between Titanium and Java.

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