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A macro/subroutine package for parallel programming by Rusty Lusk . P4 uses monitors on shared memory machines and message passing on distributed memory machines. It is implemented as a subroutine library for C and Fortran. An enhancement of the “Argonne macros”, PARMACS.
(ftp://info.mcs.anl.gov/pub/p4t1.2.tar.Z). E-mail: p4@mcs.anl.gov.


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