A Large-Grain Parallel Programming Environment for Non-Programmers
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Banger is a parallel programming environment used by non-professional programmers to write explicitly parallel large-grain parallel programs. The goals of Banger are: 1. extreme ease of use, 2. immediate feedback, and 3. machine-independence. Banger is based on three principles: 1. separation of parallel programming-in-the-large from sequential programming-in-the-small, 2. separation of programming environment from target machine dependency, and 3. instant feedback to user wherever possible.
1994 International Conference on Parallel Processing
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