Message Passing Interface


Message Passing Interface (MPI) is a communication protocol for programming parallel computers.

Both Point-to-Point Protocol and collective communication are supported.

Message Passing Interface "is a message-passing Application Programming Interface, together with protocol and semantic specifications for how its features must behave in any implementation."

Message Passing Interface's goals are high performance, scalability, and portability.

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