High Performance ParralleX

 HPX-5 is the High Performance ParalleX runtime library from Indiana University. The HPX-5 interface and C99 library implementation is guided by the the ParalleX execution model and is freely available, open source, feature-complete, portable, and performance-oriented. It provides a unified programming model for parallel and distributed applications, allowing programs to run unmodified on systems from a single SMP to large clusters and supercomputers with thousands of nodes. HPX5 includes support for x86_64Linux platforms along with experimental support for x86_64Darwin and ARMLinux systems. We use HPX-5 for a broad range of scientific applications, helping scientists and developers write code that performs and scales better than more conventional programming models such as MPI. -HPX

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