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Developing a Computational Science IDE for HPC Systems

By: Krishnamurthy, A.; Gadepally, V.; Ludban, N.; Hudak, D.E.;

2007 / IEEE / 0-7695-2969-0

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This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Developing a Computational Science IDE for HPC Systems ' Software engineering studies have shown that programmer productivity is improved through the use of computational science integrated development environments (or CSIDE, pronounced ¿sea side¿) such as MATLAB. ParaM is a CSIDE distribution which provides parallel execution of MATLAB scripts for HPC systems. ParaM runs on a range of processor architectures (e.g., x86, x64, Itanium, PowerPC) and its MPI binding, known as bcMPI, supports a number of interconnect architectures (e.g., Myrinet and Infinband). In this paper, we describe our goals for the ParaM project, the current status of the project and report on initial software engineering successes and challenges.