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JavaGrande - high performance computing with Java

Philippsen, Michael and Boisvert, Ronald F. and Getov, Vladimir and Pozo, Roldan and Moreira, Josè and Gannon, Dennis and Fox, Geoffrey C. (2001) JavaGrande - high performance computing with Java. In: Sørevik, Tor and Manne, Fredrik and Moe, Randi and Gebremedhin, Assefaw Hadish, (eds.) Applied parallel computing. New paradigms for HPC in industry and academia: 5th International Workshop, PARA 2000 Bergen, Norway, June 18–20, 2000 proceedings. Lecture notes in computer science (1947). Springer, Berlin ; London, pp. 20-36. ISBN 9783540417293

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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/3-540-70734-4_5

Abstract

The JavaGrande Forum is a group of users, researchers, and interested parties from industry. The Forum members are either trying to use Java for resource-intensive applications or are trying to improve the Java platform, making it possible to create large-sized applications that run quickly and effciently in Java. In order to improve its floating point arithmetic, the Forum has suggested to add the keywords strictfp and fastfp to the Java programming lan- guage It has has worked on complex numbers, multidimensional arrays, fast object serializations, and a high-speed remote method invocation (RMI). Results about the new field of research that has been started by the JavaGrande Forum have been recognized both internationally and within Sun Microsystems. 1 Grande, as found in the phrase “Rio Grande” is the prevalent designation for the term large or big in many languages. In American English, the term Grande has established itself as describing size within the coffee house scene.

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Research Community:University of Westminster > Electronics and Computer Science, School of
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