Parallel Language

Mats Cronqvist <>
Thu Sep 22 11:25:28 CEST 2005


   fwaiw, i would write the math stuff in C and run it in a c-node. i do that in 
gtkNode (in jungerl) and it's quite cool.

   mats

 wrote:
> I apologize if my question is a bit too off-topic for this forum.  
> However, my question is related to concurrency in some way and I 
> thought, perhaps, people exposed to Erlang would have good suggestions. 
>  I am looking for a language similar to Erlang in concept.  However I 
> would like to do CPU intensive mathematical computations with it.  I 
> would like to be able to easily communicate with nodes on the cluster 
> which is something that Erlang does quite well.  One possibility is to 
> write the CPU intensive stuff in C and interface it with Erlang, but if 
> there is a language which does all of this for me, well, that would be 
> great.  I have come across ZPL
> 
> http://www.cs.washington.edu/research/zpl/home/index.html
> 
> However it does not appear to be stable yet or there is not much 
> documentation on it.  Any other suggestions would be appreciated.
> 
> Thank you.
> 



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