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High Performance Fortran (HPF)

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How widely used is HPF?

There are currently 34 listed HPF applications.

The High Performance Fortran Forum (HPFF), a coalition of industry, academic and laboratory representatives, works to define a set of extensions to Fortran 90 known collectively as High Performance Fortran (HPF). HPF extensions provide access to high-performance architecture features while maintaining portability across platforms.

This site has eight sections:

  • Home - basic information about High Performance Fortran and the HPFF; you are currently here
  • Versions - specifications on the latest version of HPF, Version 2.0, as well as earlier versions
  • Compilers - information on various compilers and tools, as well as a database of implementations available for search
  • Projects - includes a listing of ongoing research around the globe, as well as previous endeavours which inspired the current version of Fortran
  • Publications - publications about HPF
  • Applications - applications using HPF
  • Benchmarks - HPF performance results
  • Events - upcoming events dealing with HPF
  • Contact - mailing lists, personnel, and other info
 
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