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Proceedings. Second MPI Developer's Conference
High-speed wide-area networks enable innovative applications that integrate geographically distributed computing, database, graphics, and networking resources. The Message Passing Interface (MPI) can be used as a portable, high-performance programming model for such systems. However, the wide-area environment introduces challenging problems for the MPI implementor, because of the heterogeneity of both the underlying physical infrastructure and the authentication and software environment atdoi:10.1109/mpidc.1996.534089 fatcat:kdqsx23jyzbtxbtiabqcebyt3e