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SCHEDULE: NOV 16-22, 2013

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New Developments in the APGAS Programming Model and X10

SESSION: New Developments in the APGAS Programming Model and X10

EVENT TYPE: Birds of a Feather

TIME: 12:15PM - 1:15PM

SESSION LEADER(S):Vijay Saraswat, David Grove, Shigeru Chiba

ROOM:507

ABSTRACT:
This BOF provides a forum to discuss the APGAS (Asynchonous Partitioned Global Address Space) programming model and the X10 programming language. APGAS is one of the first models for concurrency and communication that has integrated constructs for asynchrony within a node and messaging between nodes. The APGAS programming model is realized natively in the X10 programming language. Via the new APGAS runtime, the APGAS model is now also directly available to C++ programmers who desire to write efficient, asynchronous, multi-node, programs. The BOF will also introduce Resilient X10, an extension of APGAS with support for fault tolerance and place elasticity.

Session Leader Details:

Vijay Saraswat (Primary Session Leader) - IBM

David Grove (Secondary Session Leader) - IBM

Shigeru Chiba (Secondary Session Leader) - University of Tokyo

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