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Proceedings of the 1996 ACM/IEEE conference on Supercomputing (CDROM) - Supercomputing '96
MPI is gaining acceptance as a standard for message-passing in high-performance computing, due to its powerful and flexible support of various communication styles. However, the complexity of its API poses significant software overhead, and as a result, applicability of MPI has been restricted to rather regular, coarse-grained computations. Our OMPI (Optimizing MPI) system removes much of the excess overhead by employing partial evaluation techniques, which exploit static information of MPIdoi:10.1145/369028.369106 fatcat:2aqqjayc7ze6palivzspbpbdcu