Welcome to the
EUROPA WORKING GROUP ON ||C++
The EUROPA Working Group hosted a 4-day workshop from 22-25 June, 1997, which looked at identifying the direction that EC++ should take beyond the completion date on 30 June. Full details can be found on:
This section contains some of the resources put together by the EUROPA WG.
||C++ Project Information Archive
This is an archive containing a summary of all the projects upon which we are collecting information.
EUROPA ||C++ Archive
This is the EUROPA Article Archive-links to papers, journals, publications. In fact, this contains all of the published material on ||C++ on the web that we know of. If you know of a paper which is not in here, please add it in, by following the procedure outlined in the archive.
Restricted Access Area
This section is a restricted area which is only available to members of the group, and contains documents which are not for public viewing. If you should have access to this area and cannot access it for any reason, please get in touch with Matthew Holford or Alistair McEwan (emails elsewhere on this page) and arrangements will be made.
As you are probably aware, the European Commission ESPRIT Programme has made available modest funding for a Working Group, called EUROPA, to investigate Parallel C++. The aim being to try to identify an emerging standard for Parallel C++, and one able to support real end user applications of high performance computing (HPC). The Working Group comprises:
These are the dates of the meetings and workshops we have held so far:
Chairman: Dr. Peter Dzwig email:PDzwig@albourneventures.demon.co.uk
Chairman: Professor Russel Winder email: email@example.com
Chairman: Richard Kauffman email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Chairman: Professor Heather Liddell email:email@example.com
Not met yet, awaiting results from Architecture SIG
In addition to this, the Architecture SIG has produced a full EUROPA WG ROADMAP outlining our work to date and specifying how we intend to proceed.
Broadly speaking, we intend:
We have a number of questions that we are attempting to address in the early stages of defining a standard, some of which are below:
If you would like to help us answer these, or if you feel that you can help us in our aim and you would like to get involved with EUROPA, then please email Dr Peter Dzwig (EUROPA Chairman) of the London Parallel Applications Centre, at PDzwig@albourneventures.demon.co.uk.
Thank you for your help, if you would like us to keep you informed of our progress, please get in touch.Peter Dzwig email: PDzwig@albourneventures.demon.co.uk