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Encyclopedia of Parallel Computing 2011
Publication Type: Paper
Repository URL: papers/EncyParComp
Charm++ is a C++-based parallel programming system that implements a message-driven migratable objects programming model, supported by an adaptive runtime system. Charm++ is a parallel programming system developed at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. It is based on a message-driven migratable objects programming model, and consists of a C++-based parallel notation, an adaptive runtime system (RTS) that automates resource management, a collection of debugging and performance analysis tools, and an associated family of higher level languages. It has been used to program several highly scalable parallel applications.
Laxmikant Kale, Charm++, Encyclopedia of Parallel Computing, David Padua, Ed., 2011 (to appear)
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