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Heterogeneity in Computational Environments
(a short note)
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Hetero_Comp.pdf.
- Abstract:
In teaching, learning, or research activities in computational
mathematics, one often has to borrow parts of computational codes
composed by colleagues or uploaded in public domains.
Most of these codes are written in C++, C, Java, F77, or F90,
or their combinations.
Manipulating these heterogeneous modules seems a necessary experience for
students in modern computational environments.
This short note discusses strategies for an effective management
of such heterogeneous modules, in particular, mixtures of C++, C, and F77.
In order to help unexperienced students, automatic generators written in
shell scripts are introduced: CSTART that generates the main and
input/output routines in C++ and C, respectively, and MKMK
that makes a makefile for an efficient incorporation of various objects,
depending on the operating system.
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