ParaWise - the Computer Aided Parallelization Toolkit (previously known as CAPTools) is a semi-automatic parallelization tool. ParaWise has been developed primarily to aid in the parallelization of existing serial FORTRAN 77, FORTRAN 90 or FORTRAN 95 Computational Mechanics software. ParaWise analyzes the serial code and, with user interaction, generates either a parallel code containing Message Passing library calls or OpenMP Shared Memory directives.
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 5 articles )
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- Liao, Chunhua; Quinlan, Daniel J.; Willcock, Jeremiah J.; Panas, Thomas: Semantic-aware automatic parallelization of modern applications using high-level abstractions (2010)
- Johnson, Steve; Leggett, Peter; Ierotheou, Constantinos; Spiegel, Alexander; an Mey, Dieter; Hörschler, Ingolf: Nested parallelization of the flow solver TFS using the parawise parallelization environment (2008)
- an Mey, Dieter; Sarholz, Samuel; Terboven, Christian: Nested parallelization with openMP (2007)
- Ierotheou, C.S.; Jin, H.; Matthews, G.; Johnson, S.P.; Hood, R.; Leggett, P.F.: Using an interactive software environment for the parallelization of real-world scientific applications (2007)
- Morris, Alan; Malony, Allen D.; Shende, Sameer S.: Supporting nested OpenMP parallelism in the TAU performance system (2007)
Further publications can be found at: http://www.parallelsp.com/publications/index.htm