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Due to the diversity of parallel and distributed computing infrastructures and programming models, and the complexity of issues involved in the design and development of parallel programs, the creation of tools and environments to support the broad range of parallel system and software functionality has been widely recognized as a difficult challenge. Current research in this topic continues to address individual tools for supporting correctness and performance issues in parallel program development. However, standalone tools are sometimes insufficient to cover the rich diversity of tasks found in the design, implementation and production phases of the parallel software life- cycle. This has motivated interest in interoperable tools, as well as solutions to ease their integration into unified development and execution environments.
Created: Wed Apr 5 09:52:33 2017
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