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2020 MPI Standard Draft / MPI 4.0 Release Candidate
The MPI Forum has published a draft version of the MPI 4.0 Standard to give users and implementors a chance to see the current status of all proposals that have been merged into the next version of the MPI Standard. This draft is the release candidate for the MPI 4.0 Specification and will be considered for ratification at the December 2020 and February 2021 meetings. The draft is available here:
Comments on the MPI 4.0 RC should be sent to the MPI Comments mailing list.
This draft specification is not an official standard version and is subject to change before being published as an official version of the MPI Standard.
BoF at SC 20, Nov. 18, 2020
The MPI Forum BoF took place on Wednesday November 18th, 2020 at 10am Eastern US time.
Registration to attend BoFs is free and a recording of the session including Q&A will be available for 6 months after the event if registration is done by mid-December.
BoF at ISC 19, Jun. 19th, 2019
Presentation from the MPI Forum BoF Session at ISC 19:
BoF at SC 18, Nov. 14th, 2018
Presentations from the MPI Forum BoF Session at SC 18:
- Introduction (including MPI 3.1 implentation update
- Error Management
- MPI_T Events Interface
- One Sided Communication
- Persistence and Large Count
- MPI Sessions (based on a presentation for the PMIx BoF)
- Martin Schulz, Meeting Chair
- Richard Graham, Convener
- Wesley Bland, Meeting Secretary
- Bill Gropp, Editor
- Martin Schulz, MPI 3.1
- Richard Graham, MPI 3.0
- Bill Gropp, MPI 2.2
- Rolf Rabenseifner, MPI 2.1
- Jack Dongarra
- Al Geist
- Richard Graham
- Bill Gropp
- Andrew Lumsdaine
- Ewing Lusk
- Rolf Rabenseifner