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Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Principles and Practice of Programming in Java - PPPJ '11
In this paper, we present the Habanero-Java (HJ) language developed at Rice University as an extension to the original Java-based definition of the X10 language. HJ includes a powerful set of taskparallel programming constructs that can be added as simple extensions to standard Java programs to take advantage of today's multicore and heterogeneous architectures. The language puts a particular emphasis on the usability and safety of parallel constructs. For example, no HJ program using async,doi:10.1145/2093157.2093165 dblp:conf/pppj/CaveZSS11 fatcat:yiayxbgwcnfbhnowyyr33snm7q