This workshop is an introduction to parallel programming in Chapel. This material is designed for Day 2 of HPC Carpentry.
By the end of this workshop, students will know:
- the basic syntax of Chapel codes,
- how to run single-locale Chapel codes,
- how to write task-parallel codes for a shared-memory compute node,
- how to run multi-locale Chapel codes,
- how to write domain-parallel codes for a distributed-memory cluster.
NOTE: This is the draft HPC Carpentry release. Comments and feedback are welcome.
There are no real prerequisites for this lesson, but prior programming and/or command line experience will be helpful. This lesson assumes no previous knowledge of parallel programming.