IFIP

Working Conference on "Programming Environments for High-Level Scientific Problem Solving"

A Working Conference on "Programming Environments for High-Level Scientific Problem Solving" was held 23 - 27 September 1991 in Karlsruhe, Germany. Programming environments are intended to provide a unified extensive range of capabilities for a person wishing to solve a problem using a computer. High-level scientific computation usually requires sophisticated computing techniques and a large amount of computing resources. Managing these resources in an efficient way, and combining a diverse and complicated set of computing techniques, to provide insight to solve the underlying problem, are the main goals of a programming environment. This working conference explored a range of the various tools, architectures and philosophies that currently exist or are being developed.

The proceedings of this conference, edited by P. W. Gaffney and E. N. Houstis, has appeared in the IFIP series of North-Holland, Amsterdam 1992. ISBN-0-444-89176-5, ISSN 0926-5473.

The list of contents is available.


Last modified: 26 April 1995
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