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Comparison of MPI

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  1. MPI is a language-independent communications protocol used to program parallel computers

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  2. Both point-to-point and collective communication are supported

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  3. MPI "is a message-passing application programmer interface, together with protocol and semantic specifications for how its features must behave in any implementation." So, MPI is a specification, not an implementation

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  4. MPI is not sanctioned by any major standards body

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  5. nevertheless, it has become the de facto standard for communication among processes that model a parallel program running on a distributed memory system

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