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Structured Parallel Programming: How Informatics Can Help Overcome the Software Dilemma

The state-of-the-art programming of parallel computers is far from being successful. The main challenge today is, therefore, the development of techniques and tools that improve programmers

Number-Crunching Software and the Input Problem: Guidelines and a Case Study

Most of the number-crunching software running on supercomputers lack a concept for an error-free input processing. The programs often terminate after several hours due to user input errors. We present an analysis of this input problem. First, we separate the input parsing system from the number-crunching code. Second, we define a general grammar suitable for an automatic...

Structured Parallel Programming: How Informatics Can Help Overcome the Software Dilemma

The state-of-the-art programming of parallel computers is far from being successful. The main challenge today is, therefore, the development of techniques and tools that improve programmers

Structured Parallel Programming: How Informatics Can Help Overcome the Software Dilemma

The state-of-the-art programming of parallel computers is far from being successful. The main challenge today is, therefore, the development of techniques and tools that improve programmers