Panel session: future directions and challenges for Java implementations of numeric-intensive industrial applications

M. Ginsberg, J. Hauser, J.E. Moreira, R. Morgan, J.C. Parsons, T.J. Wielenga
2000 Advances in Engineering Software  
This panel session focuses on utilization of Java for numeric-intensive applications, including the advantages and disadvantages of Java for future use with industrial independent software vendor (ISV)-based finite element methods (FEM) codes. Discussion will address both partial use of Java and/or complete code implementation; activities in this area are already in progress and have been reported by the Java Grande Forum (see Some of the issues that will be
more » ... by the panelists and audience include: performance comparisons of Java, Fortran, C, and Cϩϩ; primary deficiencies of Java with respect to future development of competitive commercial ISVbased FEM codes; Java standardization bottlenecks; strategies for transitioning to Java from existing large legacy commercial codes; current and future numeric-intensive benchmarks; actions to improve Java floating-point performance. This session is represented by biographical sketches of the panel participants, their individual reflections on the panel theme, and a list of related Internet references. ᭧
doi:10.1016/s0965-9978(00)00018-1 fatcat:pbxma37ii5hzzbqu4gtz2ob6zm