NESL is a historical programming language created in 1993. NESL is a parallel programming language developed at Carnegie Mellon by the SCandAL project and released in 1993. It integrates various ideas from parallel algorithms, and functional programming and array programming languages. The most important new ideas behind NESL are Nested data parallelism: this feature offers the benefits of data parallelism, concise code that is easy to understand and debug, while being well suited for irregular algorithms, such as algorithms on trees, graphs or sparse matrices. Read more on Wikipedia...
- NESL ranks in the top 50% of languages
- the NESL wikipedia page
- NESL first appeared in 1993
- See also: haskell, cilk
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Last updated October 14th, 2019