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Traditionally storage has not been part of a programming model's semantics and is added only as an I/O library interface. As a result, programming models, languages, and storage systems are limited in the optimizations they can perform for I/O operations, as the semantics of the I/O library is typically at the level of transfers of blocks of uninterpreted bits, with no accompanying knowledge of how those bits are used by the application. For many HPC applications where I/O operations fordoi:10.1145/2834976.2834983 dblp:conf/sc/WatkinsJSMAM15 fatcat:vllpjh5oz5acxdsgqicugvuoty