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Language peer sets for Titanium:
United States
United States/1998
Designed 1998
1990s languages
New internationlism
Numerical Scientific
Numerical Scientific/1998
Numerical Scientific/us


Parallel dialect of Java 

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Country: United States
Designed 1998
Sammet category: Numerical Scientific

Pr Kathy Yellick and Team at UC Berkeley

Titanium is an explicitly parallel dialect of Java developed at UC Berkeley to support high-performance scientific computing on large-scale multiprocessors, including massively parallel supercomputers and distributed-memory clusters with one or more processors per node. Other language goals include safety, portability, and support for building complex data structures

Compiles to C, no JVM at all

Related languages
FIDIL Titanium   Influence
Java Titanium   Extension of

  • Hilfinger, Paul (1998) Hilfinger, Paul "Titanium Language Reference Manual" Berkeley 1998
  • Yelick KE et al (1998) Yelick KE et al "Titanium: A High-Performance Java Dialect"
          in [ACM] (1998) ACM 1998 Workshop on Java for High-Performance Network Computing, Stanford, California, February 1998
  • Yelick, K. A. et al (1998) Yelick, K. A. et al "Titanium: A High-Performance Java Dialect"
          in (1998) Concurrency: Practice and Experience, 10(11-13), September-November 1998
  • Philippsen, Michael (2000) Philippsen, Michael "A survey of concurrent object-oriented languages" pp917-980
          in (2000) Concurrency: Practice and Experience 2000 v12
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