We have two ongoing Fortran based compiler efforts to target irregular problems. Using the CHAOS library and the Syracuse Fortran 90D compiler we have developed a prototype distributed memory compiler able to generate efficient code for templates extracted from adaptive problems. By making use of the Rice D System, we have developed loop slicing methods capable of dealing with unstructured routines with multiple levels of distributed indirection. Finally, we have also applied CHAOS directly to parallelize a number of full adaptive applications codes.

We are also a part of the Parallel Compiler Runtime Consortium (PCRC), a project to produce the runtime infrastructure to support several data parallel language compilers.

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