Parallel Languages/Paradigms: Charm ++ - Parallel Objects. Charm++ is a machine independent parallel programming system. Programs written using this system will run unchanged on MIMD machines with or without a shared memory. It provides high-level mechanisms and strategies to facilitate the task of developing even highly complex parallel applications.

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  1. Bock, Nicolas; Challacombe, Matt; Kalé, Laxmikant V.: Solvers for $\mathcalO(N)$ electronic structure in the strong scaling limit (2016)
  2. Gonnet, Pedro: Efficient and scalable algorithms for smoothed particle hydrodynamics on hybrid shared/distributed-memory architectures (2015)
  3. Bock, Nicolas; Challacombe, Matt: An optimized sparse approximate matrix multiply for matrices with decay (2013)
  4. Espinha, Rodrigo; Park, Kyoungsoo; Paulino, Glaucio H.; Celes, Waldemar: Scalable parallel dynamic fracture simulation using an extrinsic cohesive zone model (2013)
  5. Hartley, Timothy D.R.; Saule, Erik; Çatalyürek, Ümit V.: Improving performance of adaptive component-based dataflow middleware (2012)
  6. Saule, Erik; Baş, Erdeniz Ö.; Çatalyürek, Ümit V.: Load-balancing spatially located computations using rectangular partitions (2012)
  7. Park, Kyoungsoo; Paulino, Glaucio H.: Parallel computing of wave propagation in three-dimensional functionally graded media (2011)
  8. Sudarsan, Rajesh; Ribbens, Calvin J.: Design and performance of a scheduling framework for resizable parallel applications (2010)
  9. Chen, Liang; Bairagi, Deepankar; Lin, Yuan: MCFX: a new parallel programming framework for multicore systems (2009)
  10. Espinha, Rodrigo; Celes, Waldemar; Rodriguez, Noemi; Paulino, Glaucio H.: ParTopS: compact topological framework for parallel fragmentation simulations (2009)
  11. Al-Jaroodi, Jameela; Mohamed, Nader; Jiang, Hong; Swanson, David: An overview of parallel and distributed Java for heterogeneous systems: approaches and open issues (2008)
  12. Álvarez, José Antonio; Roca Piera, Javier; Fernández, José Jesús: A load balancing framework in multithreaded tomographic reconstruction (2008)
  13. Fang, Bin; Martyna, Glenn; Deng, Yuefan: A fine grained parallel smooth particle mesh Ewald algorithm for biophysical simulation studies: application to the 6-D torus QCDOC supercomputer (2007)
  14. Teresco, James D.; Devine, Karen D.; Flaherty, Joseph E.: Partitioning and dynamic load balancing for the numerical solution of partial differential equations (2006)
  15. Weatherly, D.Brent; Lowenthal, David K.; Nakazawa, Mario; Lowenthal, Franklin: Dyn-MPI: supporting MPI on medium-scale, non-dedicated clusters (2006)
  16. Agha, Gul; Thati, Prasanna: An algebraic theory of actors and its application to a simple object-based language (2004)
  17. Bounanos, S.; Fleury, M.: Linux cluster communication software performance evaluation for scientific problems (2004)
  18. Janaki Ram, D.; Vijay Srinivas, A.; Manjula Rani, P.: A model for parallel programming over CORBA (2004)
  19. Corradi, A.; Leonardi, L.; Zambonelli, F.: Parallel object allocation via user-specified directives: A case study in traffic simulation (2001)
  20. Kalé, Laxmikant; Skeel, Robert; Bhandarkar, Milind; Brunner, Robert; Gursoy, Attila; Krawetz, Neal; Phillips, James; Shinozaki, Aritomo; Varadarajan, Krishnan; Schulten, Klaus: NAMD2: Greater scalability for parallel molecular dynamics (1999)

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