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Project to design and build software tools for parallel processors

'PGMT' is a project to design and build software tools that allow PGM (Processing Graph Method) to be affordably and efficiently used on a wide range of parallel processors so that applications, once built, for a parallel processor could be reused with little cost. This will make it easy to translate an engineer's design of a weapon system into software for the weapon system's computers. By design, this approach is specifically applicable to parallel distributed - computer processing. PGMT provides:

-Earlier, less costly development of new parallel processor software;
-Faster modernization of parallel-processor software
-Lower costs for modernizing and maintaining software
-More uniform capabilities across parallel-processor architectures
with more compatible software for various hardware configurations


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Janet Casey

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20 September 2004

Leaders and contributors

David Kaplan Maintainer
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 2 March 2017.


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