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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
New areas of applications make the world of supercomputing more important than ever before. The programming of parallel machines remains di cult, even though new languages are being developed every year. They often follow the imperative paradigm, enriched with low-level parallel directives. To improve on this situation, we propose the use of functional languages, known for their ease of programming due to their high level of abstraction, and employ a speci c parallelization method based on thedoi:10.1007/3-540-44905-1_14 fatcat:zpi6cjpeb5bmfh6duotvoqwp7a