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SCHEDULE: NOV 10-16, 2012

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High Productivity Languages for High Performance Computing

SESSION: High Productivity Languages for High Performance Computing

EVENT TYPE: Birds of a Feather

TIME: 5:30PM - 7:00PM

SESSION LEADER(S):Michael McCool

ROOM:251-B

ABSTRACT:
Two kinds of languages promise high productivity in scientific applications: scripting languages and domain specific languages (DSLs). Scripting languages typically resolve details such as typing automatically to simplify software development, while domain specific languages include features targeting specific application classes and audiences. It is possible for both kinds of languages to be used for building high-performance applications. The implementation technology for scripting languages has improved tremendously, and DSLs are often built on top of a scripting language infrastructure. This BOF will bring together developers and users of scripting languages so that recent developments can be presented and discussed.

Session Leader Details:

Michael McCool (Primary Session Leader) - Intel Corporation

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High Productivity Languages for High Performance Computing

SESSION: High Productivity Languages for High Performance Computing

EVENT TYPE:

TIME: 5:30PM - 7:00PM

SESSION LEADER(S):Michael McCool

ROOM:251-B

ABSTRACT:
Two kinds of languages promise high productivity in scientific applications: scripting languages and domain specific languages (DSLs). Scripting languages typically resolve details such as typing automatically to simplify software development, while domain specific languages include features targeting specific application classes and audiences. It is possible for both kinds of languages to be used for building high-performance applications. The implementation technology for scripting languages has improved tremendously, and DSLs are often built on top of a scripting language infrastructure. This BOF will bring together developers and users of scripting languages so that recent developments can be presented and discussed.

Session Leader Details:

Michael McCool (Primary Session Leader) - Intel Corporation

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