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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
This paper proposes solutions to two important problems with parallel programming environments that were not previously addressed. The rst issue is that current compilers are typically black-box tools with which the user has little interaction. Information gathered by the compiler, although potentially very meaningful for the user, is often inaccessible or hard to decipher. Second, compilation and performance analysis tools are not well integrated. While there are many advanced instruments fordoi:10.1007/bfb0032690 fatcat:eni2kfwb45buhj2akxq4halmsq