Message Passing Interface (MPI) is the standard of message passing in a distributed computing environment. Its benefit for researchers is invaluable.
The idea is to have many machines on a high-speed network, clusters of computers running the same program. Recently, with the invention and adoption of multi-core CPU systems for desktops, it has become even more important. MPI makes even easier for people to build supercomputers by the usage of powerful computers, high speed networks and powerful libraries.
The goal of MPI Tools is to make easy to write programs that runs on a cluster of machines. Also make the transition easy of existing programs in cluster. Using MPITools, it is possible to create distributed functional applications with F#.
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