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Newsletter of the OpenMP ARB

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NEWSLETTER OF THE OPENMP ARB
Edition: April 2003

This is the monthly newsletter of the OpenMP Architecture Review
Board. It is based on the discussions in the OpenMP ARB conference
calls of the previous month, and on current activities in the
world of OpenMP.

The website of the OpenMP ARB is http://www.openmp.org. The web site
of the OpenMP User's Group cOMPunity is http://www.compunity.org. 
You can find copies of previous newsletters at:
http://www.openmp.org/newsletters
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** A recommendation on the idle thread policy has been issued

** Discussion on merging OpenMP Fortran, C, and C++ on-going

** Unisys and Bull have joined the SPEC High-Performance Group

** A list on forthcoming OpenMP workshops is added to the newsletter

* A recommendation on the idle thread policy has been issued

A recommendation from the OpenMP Futures group to the OpenMP Language
group has been issued. There will be an environment variable that
will give a hint to the implementation as to what should be done with
threads which are idle between parallel regions. This environment
variable shall ask the implementation to either minimise the
turnaround time of applications or maximise the throughput for the
system as a whole. You can receive the full recommendation text
through the OpenMP feedback form at http://www.openmp.org/index.cgi?feedback.

* Discussion on merging OpenMP Fortran, C, and C++ on-going

The OpenMP Fortran 2.0 and OpenMP C/C++ 2.0 language specifications
are being merged into a single language specification. The discussion
is in a very early stage.

* SPEC OpenMP news

Unisys and Bull have joined the SPEC High-Performance Group. New SPEC
OMP2001 and HPC2002 results have been published. Both benchmark suites
contain OpenMP code, thus test OpenMP compilers. You can view all SPEC
OMP results at http://www.spec.org/omp/results. You can view all SPEC
HPC2002 results at http://www.spec.org/hpc2002/results

* Forthcoming OpenMP workshops

June 2-4, 2003: ICCS'03 in Melbourne, Australia 
See http://www.science.uva.nl/events/ICCS2003/
In addition to a summary of the ongoing work of the ARB, presentations
will focus on issues related to OpenMP applications on large-scale
platforms. Attendees are welcome.

June 26-27, 2003. WOMPAT 2003 in Toronto, Canada
See http://www.eecg.toronto.edu/wompat2003/. 
The deadline for submission of camera-ready papers is April 14,
2003. Papers will be published by Springer Verlag in their LNCS
series.

September 22-26, 2003, EWOMP 2003 Aachen, Germany
http://www.rz.rwth-aachen.de/ewomp03/ 
The deadline for abstract submission will be in May 2003.

September 2-5, 2003. ParCo 2003 in Dresden, Germany
An OpenMP session is proposed for this year's Parallel Computing
(ParCo).

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