Fortran compilers for multi-core chips
Date: 8 Dec 2004 06:07:31 -0800
A Wall Street Journal article (page B8, Dec 8 2004) says that Intel
aims for a tenfold boost in chip performance by 2008 by using dual and
multi-core chips. An article from EWeek is at
Will current Windows and Linux Fortran 95 compilers from vendors like
Intel, Absoft, and Lahey/Fujitsu be able to exploit the new chips, or
will one need to buy new versions of them?
Will Fortran programs need to be written differently to maximize speed?
I have heard of terms like OpenMP and MPI but am not knowledgable about
them. What is a good book on small-scale parallel programming for
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