HPX - High Performance ParalleX


HPX 0.9.9

The STE||AR Group

Distributed under the Boost Software License, Version 1.0. (See accompanying file LICENSE_1_0.txt or copy at http://www.boost.org/LICENSE_1_0.txt)

Table of Contents

What's New
HPX V0.9.9
HPX V0.9.8
Previous HPX Releases
HPX V0.9.7
HPX V0.9.6
HPX V0.9.5
HPX V0.9.0
HPX V0.8.1
HPX V0.8.0
HPX V0.7.0
Getting Started
Installing Boost Libraries
How to Install HPX on Unix Variants
How to Install HPX on BlueGene/Q
How to Install HPX on OS X (Mac)
How to Install HPX on Windows
How to Install HPX on the Xeon Phi
How to Use HPX Applications with PBS
How to Use HPX Applications with SLURM
What makes our Systems Slow?
Technology Demands New Response
Governing Principles applied while Developing HPX
Hello World
Interest Calculator
Building HPX with CMake
Quick Start
Basic CMake Usage
Options and Variables
Frequently used CMake Variables
HPX specific CMake Variables
Frequently used HPX specific CMake Variables
Setting the memory Allocator
Variables concerning Thread Scheduling Policies
Variables concerning Parcelports
Additional Tools and Libraries used by HPX
Setting up the HPX Documentation Tool Chain
How to Build HPX Applications with pkg-config
How to Build HPX Components with pkg-config
How to Use HPX with CMake
Testing HPX
Running tests manually
Issue Tracker
Launching HPX
Configure HPX Applications
The HPX INI File Format
Built-in Default Configuration Settings
Loading INI Files
Loading Components
HPX Command Line Options
More Details about HPX Command Line Options
Writing HPX applications
Global Names
Applying Actions
Action Type Definition
Action Invocation
Applying an Action Asynchronously without any Synchronization
Applying an Action Asynchronously with Synchronization
Applying an Action Synchronously
Applying an Action with a Continuation but without any Synchronization
Applying an Action with a Continuation and with Synchronization
Comparing Actions with C++ Functions
Action Error Handling
Writing Plain Actions
Writing Components
Component Server Classes
Component Stubs Classes
Component Client Classes
Using LCOs
Error Handling
Performance Counters
Performance Counter Names
Consuming Performance Counter Data
Consuming Performance Counter Data from the Command Line
Consuming Performance Counter Data using the HPX API
Providing Performance Counter Data
Exposing Performance Counter Data using a Simple Function
Implementing a Full Performance Counter
Existing HPX Performance Counters
HPX Thread Scheduling Policies
Header <hpx/error.hpp>
Header <hpx/exception.hpp>
Header <hpx/hpx_finalize.hpp>
Header <hpx/hpx_fwd.hpp>
Header <hpx/hpx_init.hpp>
Header <hpx/hpx_start.hpp>
Header <hpx/lcos/fold.hpp>
Header <hpx/lcos/reduce.hpp>
Header <hpx/performance_counters/manage_counter_type.hpp>
Header <hpx/runtime/actions/action_support.hpp>
Header <hpx/runtime/actions/component_non_const_action.hpp>
Header <hpx/runtime/actions/plain_action.hpp>
Header <hpx/runtime/components/copy_component.hpp>
Header <hpx/runtime/components/migrate_component.hpp>
Header <hpx/runtime/components/new.hpp>
Header <hpx/runtime/get_ptr.hpp>
Header <hpx/runtime/naming/unmanaged.hpp>

The STE||AR Group (Systems Technology, Emergent Parallelism, and Algorithm Research) is an international research group with the goal of promoting the development of scalable parallel applications by providing a community for ideas, a framework for collaboration, and a platform for communicating these concepts to the broader community. The main contributors to HPX in the STE||AR Group are researchers from Louisiana State University (LSU)'s Center for Computation and Technology (CCT) and the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU)'s Department of Computer Science 3 - Computer Architecture. For a full list of people working in this group and participating in writing this documentation see People.

This documentation is automatically generated for HPX V0.9.9 (from Git commit: 1db3ae27ab0c2adeacd1a030977099e93ce05917) by the Boost QuickBook and AutoIndex documentation tools. QuickBook and AutoIndex can be found in the collection of Boost Tools.

Last revised: March 24, 2014 at 21:09:52 GMT