(PCN) A specification language for parallelism between C
and Fortran modules
. PCN provides a simple language for specifying concurrent algorithms
, interfaces to Fortran
, a portable toolkit that allows applications to be developed on a workstation
or small parallel computer and run unchanged on supercomputers
and integrated debugging and performance analysis tools. PCN was developed at Argonne National Laboratory
and the California Institute of Technology. It has been used to develop a wide variety of applications, in areas such as climate modelling, fluid dynamics, computational biology, chemistry, and circuit simulation.
Version 2.0 runs on networks of workstations: Sun-4, NeXT
; multicomputers: iPSC/860, Touchstone DELTA; and shared memory
E-mail: Ian Foster , Steve Tuecke firstname.lastname@example.org.
["Productive Parallel Programming: The PCN Approach", I. Foster et al, Sci Prog 1(1):51-66 (1992)].