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XPC

eXplicitly Parallel C.

A dialect of Parallel C which is efficiently compilable to both SIMD and MIMD architectures. Only research implementations exist.

["Toward Semantic Self-Consistency in Explicitly Parallel Languages," M.J. Phillip & H.G. Dietz, Proc 4th Intl Conf on Supercomputing, Santa Clara, CA, May 1989, v.1, pp.398-407].
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XPC

(X Performance Characterization) A graphics benchmark that tests X Window performance. In 1993, the XPC project group created Xmark93, which rates a broad set of X functions in Xmarks. See GPC.
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