logo Overview of the D System Project


Supporting high-level, machine-independent parallel programming requires:
  1. aggressive parallelizing compilers with advanced program analysis and code generation capabilities; and
  2. tools that enable a programmer to develop and tune programs at the source language level, without having to understand the complex, machine-dependent code generated by a parallelizing compiler.
Achieving both these goals requires sophisticated compilation technology as well as close cooperation between parallelizing compilers and tools in order to support source-level application development.


The Fortran D95 language

The dHPF Compiler

The D Editor *

The dPablo Performance Tool *

Automatic data layout techniques *

FIAT: Framework for Interprocedural Analysis and Transformation

Participation in POEMS

* These tools were originally based on the Fortran D compiler (our previous generation compiler), but are currently being ported to dHPF.

If you have questions or comments about the D System or this repository, please contact dsystem-info@cs.rice.edu.

Last updated on 24 July 1997.
URL: http://www.cs.rice.edu/~dsystem/overview.html