Monthly Archives: February 2016

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High Performance Computing with HPX

A few months ago I discovered a Project from Louisiana State University led by Prof. Kaiser that designs and develops a new execution model for future high performance architectures. It’s called ParalleX and its C++ implementation is named HPX (High Performance ParalleX). It supports operating systems like Linux or Windows and several Build-Toolchains (GNU, MSBuild, CMake etc.). In this article we’ll use Windows 10 x64 and Visual Studio 2015 to build up the base structure of HPX itself plus a small collection of demos showing some of the key aspects of it. The sources can be found here. Building HPX Before we can […]