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First proposed as a mechanism for enhancing Web content, the Java TM language has taken off as a serious general-purpose programming language. Industry and academia alike have expressed great interest in using the Java language as a programming language for scientific and engineering computations. Applications in these domains are characterized by intensive numerical computing and often have very high performance requirements. In this paper we discuss programming techniques that lead to Javadoi:10.1147/sj.391.0021 fatcat:asy6idi4q5dazjsst6bc77g5zq