... HPF1
``Sequential'' multi-dimensional arrays--essentially equivalent to Fortran 95 arrays--are available as a subset of the HPJava distributed arrays.
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... format2
The current HPJava translator does not implement block-cyclic distribution format, and in general the HPJava language design can't very easily accomodate the INDIRECT mappings present in the extended version of HPF. To our knowledge these are the only major omission from the HPF standards.
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... program3
More precisely, they will be much the same once the raw code, generated by the basic translation scheme, has been cleaned up by some straightforward optimizations. This is the step that is missing at the time of writing.
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