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ABSTRACT: The Message Passing Interface (MPI) is the ubiquitous standard used by parallel scientific applications to satisfy their communication and process control needs(http://www.mpi-forum.org ). The MPI Forum, which is the MPI standards body, is in the last stages of finalizing version 3.0 of the standard, with several functional enhancements on their way to final standardization. Support for several things has already been added to the MPI 3.0 draft standard, including nonblocking collective, with features, such as support for MPI fault-tolerance, improved support for remote memory operations, and standardized hooks for tool access to information internal to MPI implementations, are in the in final stages of standardization. We will discuss the status of the MPI-3 standardization effort and solicit input from attendees aspects of the standard that should be improved past the MPI 3.0 standard.
Session Leader Details:
Richard Graham (Primary Session Leader) - Oak Ridge National Laboratory