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Creating Software Tools and Libraries for Leadership Computing

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John Mellor-Crummey, Peter Beckman, Keith Cooper, Jack Dongarra, William Gropp, Ewing Lusk, Barton Miller, and Katherine Yelick


The Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Science is deploying leadership computing facilities, including a Blue Gene/P system at Argonne National Laboratory and a Cray XT system at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, with the aim of catalyzing scientific discovery. These emerging systems composed of tens of thousands of processor cores are beginning to provide immense computational power for scientific simulation and modeling. However, harnessing the capabilities of such large-scale microprocessor-based, parallel systems is daunting for application developers. A grand challenge for computer science is to develop software technology that simplifies using such systems.

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