The Eiffel Parallel Execution Environment (EPEE)The Eiffel Parallel Execution Environment (EPEE) is an object-oriented framework for programming distributed memory parallel computers. It contains a set of classes providing the communication and location facilities used to build parallel classes. Common data distribution patterns and computation schemes are factored out and encapsulated in abstract parallel classes, which are to be reused by means of multiple inheritance.
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