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CxC - Parallel Computing Development System Released
Posted Mon December 16, 2002 @10:12AM
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News CxC™ allows scientist and engineers to create, prototype and test parallel algorithms and applications on their desktop or laptop under Windows. Then it maps and runs the unchanged executable on any supercomputer or supercomputing cluster with linear speedup and unlimited scalability under LINUX or UNIX. The application areas include non-linear dynamics, fluid dynamics, cellular automata, neural network simulator kernels. The development evironment comes with CxC reference manual, programming guide, benchmark, and sample programs. Executables can be included in existing C/C++ or Fortran programs.

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