X10 won the HPC Challenge "Best Performance" Award in the Class II competition at SC'12. The X10 submission (paper, presentation,…
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The latest news about the X10 programming language.
The X10'15 Workshop will be held on Sunday 14 June in Portland, OR (co-located with PLDI'15). This will be a full day workshop.
We encourage submissions on all aspects of X10, including theory, design, implementation, practice, curriculum development and experience, applications and tools.
The deadline for abstract submission is Friday 13 March. Please see the online call for papers for detailed information.
The X10 Users Community proudly presents the second X10 Day Tokyo.
Date and Time: Thursday 29 January 2015, 9:30-18:00
Place: IBM Research - Tokyo (Toyosu)
9:30 - X10 tutorial (in Japanese)
13:00 - Keynote by Dr. Vijay Saraswat
14:30 - Presentations by selected X10 related projects in Japan (program to be announced shortly)
18:30 - (Optional) paid social dinner
We invite most of the serious X10 users in Japan as well as the active X10 project members from IBM Research - Tokyo, so it should be a good opportunity to meet them in person and discuss the current and the future X10 language and its applications.
We also welcome prospective X10 users who would like to master the language quickly. X10 tutorial in the morning is a perfect fit for you. Don't hesitate to join us.
We are happy to announce the release of X10 and X10DT 2.5.1. The primary features in this release are enhancements to Resilient and Elastic X10. The release is available for download at http://x10-lang.org/releases/x10-release-251.
The ScaleGraph group has announced the release of ScaleGraph 2.2. ScaleGraph is a graph library for large-scale graph processing built using X10. Features at a glance:
For more information, please refer to scalegraph.org.
A new kernel benchmark suite -- IMSuite: IIT Madras benchmark suite for simulating distributed algorithms has been released. IMSuite implements twelve classical distributed algorithms in two task parallel languages - X10 (x10-2.3.0) and HJ. IMSuite is an open source benchmark suite, which can be freely downloaded at: http://www.cse.iitm.ac.in/~suyash/imsuite/
X10 won the HPC Challenge "Best Performance" Award in the Class II competition at SC'12.
The X10 submission (paper, presentation, code) was based on X10 code for Global HPL, Global Random Access and Global FFT and Unbalanced Tree Search (UTS) benchmarks and performance runs on the PERCS machine. All benchmarks were run at 32K cores, some also at 55K cores. We showed good scaling and good to outstanding absolute performance on all benchmarks. More details are available at the HPC Challenge 2012 Awards page.