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ABSTRACT: OpenSHMEM: From Message Passing to PGAS the Easy Way
OpenSHMEM is the new open community standard for the one-sided
PGAS/RMA-based communication paradigm that dominates the solution
space for several problem domains that exist on massively parallel
systems. We invite users, application developers and researchers from
industry, academic and government communities to participate in
developing an open organization and specification for OpenSHMEM. The
initial specification is based on the original SGI API (SHMEM is a
trademark of SGI), and now is the ideal time to join us and engage in
the ongoing active extension of the OpenSHMEM specification for
version 2.0! Background material, documentation, benchmarks, a V&V
test suite, and the reference implementation will be available on
http://www.openshmem.org/ prior to SC11.
Session Leader Details:
Tony Curtis (Primary Session Leader) - University of Houston