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RaftLib


RaftLib1 is a portable parallel processing system that aims to provide extreme performance while increasing programmer productivity It enables a programmer to assemble a massively parallel program both local and distributed using simple iostream-like operators RaftLib handles threading, memory allocation, memory placement, and auto-parallelization of compute kernels2 It enables applications to be constructed from chains of compute kernels forming a task and pipeline parallel compute graph Programs are authored in C++ although other language bindings are planned

Exampleedit

Here is a Hello World example for demonstration purposes:3

#include <raft> #include <raftio> #include <cstdlib> #include <string> class hi : public raft::kernel virtual raft::kstatus run ; int main int argc, char argv

Referencesedit

  1. ^ "RaftLib: A C++ Template Library for High Performance Stream Parallel Processing" PDF http://wwwjonathanbeardio/pdf/blc15pdf Retrieved 2016-08-10 
  2. ^ "Online Modeling and Tuning of Parallel Stream Processing Systems" PDF http://wwwjonathanbeardio//pdf/beard-thesispdf Retrieved 2016-08-10 
  3. ^ "Hello World Example" http://raftlibio Retrieved 2016-08-10 

External linksedit

  • The RaftLib Project Page
  • RaftLib User Wiki
  • Project GitHub Repository
  • CPPNow RaftLib Tutorial Session
  • A Short Introduction to Stream Processing
  • Parallel BZip2 Implementation Using RaftLib


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