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 CSE 590zpl: High Performance Scientific Computing in ZPL
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Description: ZPL is a new scientific programming language suitable for computations previously written in Fortran, C, etc. CSE590-ZPL is a class designed for scientists and engineers who are NOT computer scientists, but who want to learn how to use modern languages and supercomputers effectively for scientific computation.
Prerequisites: Familiarity with some scientific computation e.g. Fortran, C, or MATLAB programming, on a UNIX platform will be assumed.
Credits: (1-3) credit, CR/NC or audit.


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