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MPI: The Complete Reference

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MPI: The Complete Reference
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Publisher: The MIT Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0262692163
Number of pages: 800

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Since its release in summer 1994, the Message Passing Interface (MPI) specification has become a standard for message-passing libraries for parallel computations. There exist more than a dozen implementations on a variety of computing platforms, from the IBM SP-2 supercomputer to PCs running Windows NT.

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