Programming languages for data-Intensive HPC applications: A systematic mapping study

15:44 by Diana Unander

Don’t miss out on this publication by Sabri Pllana and other researchers.

A major challenge in modelling and simulation is the need to combine expertise in both software technologies and a given scientific domain. When High-Performance Computing (HPC) is required to solve a scientific problem, software development becomes a problematic issue. Considering the complexity of the software for HPC, it is useful to identify programming languages that can be used to alleviate this issue.

Because the existing literature on the topic of HPC is very dispersed, we performed a Systematic Mapping Study (SMS) in the context of the European COST Action cHiPSet. This literature study maps characteristics of various programming languages for data-intensive HPC applications, including category, typical user profiles, effectiveness, and type of articles.

For more information about the publication see: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167819119301759?via%3Dihub

Diana Unander

Leave a Reply