The Message Passing Interface (MPI)
What is MPI?
MPI is a new library specification for message-passing, proposed as a standard
by a broadly based committee of vendors, implementors, and users. MPI was
designed for high performance on both massively parallel machines and on
workstation clusters. MPI is widely available, with both free available
and vendor-supplied implementations. MPI was developed by a broadly based
committee of vendors, implementors, and users.
How can I learn about MPI?
Many materials for learning MPI are available.
to mpich, a Portable Implementation of MPI
User's Guide for
mpich, a Portable Implementation of MPI
MPI : The Complete
Example Programs for
NOTICE: Because nCUBE 2 has own machinism of compiling, linking and
loading programs, you shoudn't use the commands that mpich provides for
these Goals. You can use only mpi library with ordinary commands ncc and
xnc. Second, nCUBE 2 not support X11 applications.
What Libraries and applications are available in MPI?
A number of libraries and applications that use MPI are available.
Where is MPI going?
The MPI Forum has completed an effort to extend MPI. Information is available
from the MPI Forum Home Page.
What tools related to MPI are available?
A number of tools for an MPI environment exist.
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