A Parallel Platform Package (PPP) is used with a particular teaching module and an appropriate corresponding platform resource.
The available PPPs that we provide information about are found in the collection below.
Most Parallel Platform Package libraries/languages require certain platform resources, such as a cluster or a multicore machine. Information about which platform resource is needed for a particular PPP can be found on the PPP page, or you can learn more about each type of resource.
The PPP Libraries, Languages, and Interfaces Collection
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The standard Java package java.util.concurrent contains utility classes which are useful in implementing concurrent programming in Java. This package includes a few small standardized extensible frameworks, as well as some classes that provide useful functionality and are otherwise tedious or difficult to implement.
Taken from OpenMP's mission statement: "The OpenMP Application Program Interface (API) supports multi-platform shared-memory parallel programming in C/C++ and Fortran on all architectures, including Unix platforms and Windows NT platforms. Jointly defined by a group of major computer hardware and software vendors, OpenMP is a portable, scalable model that gives shared-memory parallel programmers a simple and flexible interface for developing parallel applications for platforms ranging from the desktop to the supercomputer."
Intel® Threading Building Blocks
Threading Building Blocks (TBB), created by Intel®, offers an approach to implementing parallelism in a C++ program. TBB is a library that helps programmers take advantage of multi-core processor performance without having to be an expert on threading. The library represents a higher-level, task-based parallelism that abstracts platform details and threading mechanisms for scalability and performance.
Bootable Cluster CD
The Bootable Cluster CD (BCCD) is a software platform designed to allow parallel programming and distributed computing instruction to concentrate on the education and not the computing infrastructure necessary for it. It is an open source Knoppix-based live CD that provides the tools necessary to teach parallel and distributed computing (e.g., GNU compiler suite, multiple MPI bindings, OpenMP, CUDA, Java) that can be run on either a single system or on a network of computers that are automatically configured using custom networking tools to form an ad hoc temporary cluster.