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A directive-based heterogeneous cooperative parallel programming model

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OpenHCPP is a high-level directive-based heterogeneous cooperative parallel programming framework, and it is designed to automatically and reasonably map computations across CPUs and accelerators to achieve increased performance by utilizing all available computational resources. The OpenHCPP framework provides a set of directives and a source-to-source compiler, which focus on the accelerated loop regions, and translates the sequential code with directives into the parallel code that can be executed on both CPUs and accelerators.

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Developers

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Console/Terminal

Programming Language

C++, C

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2014-07-24

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