Dan's UPC Page
I'm one of the primary compiler developers on the
Berkeley UPC compiler development effort.
I'm also an active member of the
UPC Language Specification Working Group -
I'm the creator and principal developer on the
GASNet High Performance Communication System
A few of my other UPC-related pages:
- GASNet Specificiation, v1.1
U.C. Berkeley Tech Report (UCB/CSD-02-1207)
- Course Project: GASNet: A Portable High-Performance Communication Layer for
Global Address-Space Languages
- C. Bell, D. Bonachea, A New DMA Registration Strategy for Pinning-Based High Performance Networks, Workshop on Communication Architecture for Clusters (CAC'03), 2003.
- C. Bell, D. Bonachea, et al. An Evaluation of Current High-Performance Networks, International Parallel and Distributed Process
ing Symposium (IPDPS'03), 2003.
- D. Bonachea and J. Duell Problems with using MPI 1.1 and 2.0 as compilation targets for parallel language implementations
2nd Workshop on Hardware/Software Support for High Performance Scientific and Engineering Computing, SHPSEC-PACT03 (also to appear in the International Journal on High Performance Computing and Networking (IJHPCN)), 2003. (Presentation ppt)
- The Inadequacy of the MPI 2.0 One-sided Communication API for
Implementing Parallel Global Address-Space Languages
Notes on the Aggregate Remote Memory Copy Interface (ARMCI) as
relevant to Global-Address Space (GAS) languages
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