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Steven T. Hackstadt, Christopher W. Harrop, and Allen D. Malony, A Framework for Interacting with Distributed Programs and Data, Proceedings of the Seventh IEEE International Symposium on High Performance Distributed Computing (HPDC7), Chicago, IL, July 28-31, 1998. Also available as University of Oregon, Department of Computer and Information Science, Technical Report CIS-TR-98-02, June 1998.

Keywords: parallel tools, distributed arrays, visualization, computational steering, model coupling, runtime interaction, data access, Fortran 90

The Distributed Array Query and Visualization (DAQV) project aims to develop systems and tools that facilitate interacting with distributed programs and data structures. Arrays distributed across the processes of a parallel or distributed application are made available to external clients via well-defined interfaces and protocols. Our design considers the broad issues of language targets, models of interaction, and abstractions for data access, while our implementation attempts to provide a general framework that can be adapted to a range of application scenarios. The paper describes the second generation of DAQV work and places it in the context of the more general distributed array access problem. Current applications and future work are also described.


Modified: Wed Jun 3 16:21:16 1998
Created: Mon May 18 20:00:55 1998

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