The Transition and Adoption to Modern Programming Concepts for Scientific Computing in Fortran
This paper describes our experiences in the early exploration of modern concepts introduced in Fortran90 for large-scale scientific programming. We review our early work in expressing object-oriented concepts based on the new Fortran90 constructs - foreign to most programmers at the time - our experimental work in applying them to various applications, the impact on the WG5/J3 standards committees to consider formalizing object-oriented constructs for later versions of Fortran, and work in...[Show more]
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