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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The manycore revolution is steadily increasing the performance and size of massively parallel systems, to the point where system reliability becomes a pressing concern. Therefore, massively parallel compute jobs must be able to tolerate failures. For example, in the HPC-GAP project we aim to coordinate symbolic computations in architectures with 10 6 cores. At that scale, failures are a real issue. Functional languages are well known for advantages both for parallelism and for reliability, e.g.doi:10.1007/978-3-642-40447-4_16 fatcat:5j5e2ciccndhjo6lsogekogbxe