Sandia HPX Introduction

On May 23, 2014, the STE||AR Group at LSU presented HPX and its theoretical model to researchers at Sandia National Labs in Albuquerque, NM.  The introduction consisted of two parts: a high level overview and a in-depth look on how to write distributed applications with HPX.  The examples used in these presentations can be found in the HPX source code in the hpx/examples/quickstart and the hpx/examples/1D_stencil directories. To access and test the example code presented in this introduction, find the instructions on downloading and installing HPX on slide three of the in-depth section or find more information in our manual here.


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