|Seeking vectorizer/parallelizer firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Ernst) (1992-06-26)|
|Parallelizer and vectorizers available email@example.com (Michael Ernst) (1992-07-13)|
|Re: Parallelizer and vectorizers available firstname.lastname@example.org (1992-07-13)|
|FORGE 90 vectorizer email@example.com (1992-07-14)|
|Re: Parallelizer and vectorizers available firstname.lastname@example.org (Paul Havlak) (1992-07-15)|
|From:||Michael Ernst <email@example.com>|
|Organization:||MIT Lab for Computer Science|
|Date:||Fri, 26 Jun 1992 23:23:44 GMT|
|Keywords:||parallel, optimize, vector|
I am looking for vectorizers or parallelizers for a research project. (I
have a scheme for translating parallel code into sequential and I want to
see whether I can translate their code into efficient sequential
implementations and vice-versa.) I'm most interested in publicly
available tools because I don't have a lot of money to spend on a tool
I'll only be using for a few months. I'm not picky about the
parallelizer's target language: Fortran, C, or any similar imperative
language is fine with me.
I know about Pat (Georgia Tech interactive source-to-source Parallelizing
Assistant Tool; peabody.gatech.edu:pub/pat) and the Omega test (University
of Maryland array data dependence analyzer; ftp.cs.umd.edu:pub/omega). I
haven't yet tried either but can give pointers to the code to those
interested. I also know about the commercial products KAP (Kuck &
Associates) and VAST (Pacific-Sierra Research), but don't have addresses
for either company and assume that they wouldn't fit my other needs. I
seem to recall a posting about a service where you emailed your code
somewhere and it came back with data dependences marked, but I can no
longer find a reference to it.
Other pointers would be greatly appreciated; I will be happy to summarize
to interested parties.
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