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Parallel Programming in Fortran 95 using OpenMP

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Parallel Programming in Fortran 95 using OpenMP
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Publisher: OpenMP.org
Number of pages: 75

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Nowadays parallel computers are very common in research facilities as well as companies all over the world and are extensively used for complex computations, like simulations of atomic explosions, folding of proteins or turbulent flows. A challenge in parallel machines is the development of codes able of using the capabilities of the available hardware in order to solve larger problems in less time.

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