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Why We Need Chapel for Large-scale Parallel Computing

“I believe programmers have never had a decent programming language for large-scale parallel computing. By “decent,” I mean one that contains sufficient concepts for expressing the parallelism and locality control required to leverage supercomputers, while also being as general, effective, and feature-rich as languages like Fortran, C, C++, or Java. Ideally, such a language would strive to be more than simply “decent” and feel as attractive and productive to programmers as Python or MATLAB are.”