Perfectly nested loops : communication and memory reuse for do-across loops
The expression of problem solutions in a serial form has distinct advantages over parallel implementations from the programmer's point of view: 1. The thought process involved in constructing a program solution is more intuitive. 2. The language itself, (eg FORTRAN), can be standard across a large range of platforms. Although often under one paradigm one of the above may be true, both are seldom true simultaneously. Frequently programs which are used to solve scientific or engineering...[Show more]
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